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RE: slap tools notes

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Adam Jacob [mailto:adam@sysadminsith.org]

> On Sun, May 11, 2003 at 12:38:30AM -0700, Howard Chu wrote:
> > It appears that you may want 3 separate disks, not just 2,
> > to run back-bdb at
> > top speed, since so much disk I/O occurs in the BDB
> > environment files. Or
> > throw the environment into shared memory.
> So, pardon my relative BDB ignorance, but I assume we're talking about
> setting:
> set_tmp_dir /a/tmp
> set_data_dir /b/datafiles
> set_lg_dr /c/logfiles
> Where /a could be something like Solaris' /var/run, or a Linux style
> tmpfs?

Almost. back-bdb currently doesn't create tmpfiles so set_tmp_dir is

A better example would be
	database bdb
	directory /a/bdb

	set_data_dir /b/datafiles
	set_lg_dir /c/logfiles

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