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RE: back-bdb quirk?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jonghyuk Choi [mailto:email@example.com]
> Pierangelo, increasing BDB_IDL_DB_SIZE worked in your case ?
> buf[BDB_IDL_DB_SIZE] of bdb_idl_insert_key can overflow while running
> Although I'm also not 100% sure whether increasing
> BDB_IDL_DB_SIZE directly
> solves the problem,
> we seem to need a better management of IDL in memory.
Pierangelo reported that his problems occurred on the 16384th add. The
BDB_IDL_DB_SIZE was 65534, so changing that would have no impact on
the problem. Most likely the issue is setting a large enough BDB cachesize
for your data set. You need to make sure that the cachesize can fit
your entire working set at once. For a 10000 entry database I set the
cachesize to 2MB.
> - Jong
> Jong Hyuk Choi
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> Pierangelo Masarati <email@example.com>@OpenLDAP.org on 03/20/2002
> 08:52:50 AM
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> To: Howard Chu <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> cc: openldap-devel@OpenLDAP.org
> Subject: Re: back-bdb quirk?
> Howard Chu wrote:
> > Did you discover anything more about this problem? I have just now
> > adding 20000 entries to a database with no errors (using the current
> > 0x4000 = 16384, I would have expected to see what you ran into unless
> > been fixed.
> I've been out for a few days, and I had no chance to investigate or even
> with HEAD code; I'm afraid I can't work on that until Saturday. All I
> found is
> that the problem seems to be all confined in db4, so, unless it is (was)
> triggered by improper usage earlier in back-bdb, it sounds a bit
> difficult to
> investigate (I haven't studied anything of the internals of db4 yet).
> It sounds like exausting cursor resources, but I'm quite unfamiliar with
> topic, sorry.
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