Forgive me if I'm out of wack here. I'm still getting caught up.
Boy have you guys been busy.
Karl Fogel wrote:
>Branko Čibej <email@example.com> writes:
>>I think *the* major task for 0.19 is:
>> * Create a DB monitor that can detect crashed sessions and
>> automagically unwedge the DB.
If this were to become formalized say in the fs API, I fear it presumes
too much about the DB backend. I hope that it can/would be hidden down
the DB specific functions.
>> * Stop creating transactions for read-only requests, and use
>> ordinary locks instead.
Are you talking about BDB transactions? or Subversion transactions? I'm
>> * Reduce the number of txn_checkpoint calls in our code, or even
>> eliminate them completely.
There are only two that I recall. One in a cleanup function and one in
the trail commit function.
I have always believed the trail call to be excessive. But I don't
fully understand BDB recovery so I have never mentioned it
Like someone else said you still have logs to recover from. Right?
I don't see any SQL impl doing such a thing. These types of things are
handled via DB settings on all the SQL DBs I've worked with.
>Could you expand a little on point number 2?
Received on Thu Feb 20 21:13:09 2003