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Re: bdb corruption

--On Thursday, November 20, 2003 1:55 PM -0800 Matthew Burgoon <openldap-users@temporal.shutdown.com> wrote:

Nope, not currently using a DB_CONFIG. I just created a file %DATA%/DB_CONFIG with the following entry:

set_cachesize   0       52428800        0

My resident memory size is no larger than 26 megs, so if that's the right
thing to base it on, I should be good. But the actual storage size
(especially for the attributes I'm indexing) is around 90 megs, so is
that the value I should be basing it on?

Hm, I use 0 <size> 1, since the last parameter is the number of pools you want. I'm not clear what allocating the memory and not assigning it to a pool does (it may well work). As for the size of the cache, db_stat -m should give you some information (so should other db_stat -<flags>) to help you determine what you need to do. Howard Chu has posted several suggestions to the list on how to configure DB_CONFIG in just this last month, I suggest searching the list archives on that. :)


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