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Re: server problems

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-01-24 22:33:22 CET

Greg Stein <gstein@lyra.org> writes:
> Are we sure that it had a problem? During some of my work on the box last
> night, I found that it simply took some directories a long time to run
> db_recover. The larger the logs (or the more there were), the longer it
> took.

Good point -- we're not sure.

> IOW, did you let the thing run long enough?

I don't think we did.

> I'd like to look into this; where did you put the copy of the repository?
> I'm finding it hard to believe that it is truly broken / unfixable.

I think you're probably right, we didn't let db_recover run long

It's all recorded in


as discussed on the phone with you right now. :-)

> > We've already headified everything up to rev 793. I'll remove those
> > repositories, and then headify some more and remove some more.
> At your leisure. I've done a recovery and archive/log-toss on each of the
> backups. That free'd a ton of space, so headify'ing isn't as important.

Okay. I'll wait till the next time we have a problem.

> Note that I moved all the heads into /usr/backup/heads, and the older
> backups into /usr/backup/old-repositories.

Much better, thanks.


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