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Re: BDB memory cache problem
Szuts Attila wrote:
On Fri, Dec 03, 2004 at 02:32:51PM +0100, Luca Scamoni <email@example.com> wrote:I'd run it only if last slapd shutdown was not clean (i.e.: slapd.pid
exists while slapd process is dead). Without looking at the thread I
believe the suggestion to be bit "strong".
Do you run db_recover after system crash before starting OL?
Before starting OL?
My OL starts from /etc/init.d/slapd srcipt and never run db_recover.
Is it correct if I make a shell script that always run
db_recover on all BDB databases before OL starts?
There was discussion on devel list about it:
I've read it. It suggest: run db_recover before any slapd instance starts.
Remember that running db_recover destroys the contents of the __db*
files (that contain the cache and other db environment) and so should be
done only if really needed.
I've always set checkpoint 10 2
in slapd.conf. (I work with very small user data.)
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