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Re: BDB malloc problems and DB corruption

I'll try that and report back.  Not sure what I'll do with all that
extra memory I have in those boxes. I guess its time to up my cachesize
in the slapd.conf (or run seti@home when the load average is low ;-) ).

-- DK

On Wed, 2005-11-09 at 12:04 -0800, Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
> --On Wednesday, November 09, 2005 9:32 AM -0600 Digant C Kasundra 
> <digant@uta.edu> wrote:
> > I do.  Attached is a laard graph.  The last time the problem occurred
> > this Monday at 1am.  As you can see, there is still plenty of memory in
> > the machine (as a matter of fact, its had higher memory usage following
> > the incident as you can see by the spike on Tuesday).
> Very interesting... I myself have had no luck getting BDB to allocate 2 0 1 
> on 32-bit linux (The best I've gotten is 1.9GB).  After that, it just 
> throws errors at me, regardless of my sysctl settings.  Have you tried 
> setting it down to 1.5GB, just to test?
> --Quanah
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