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Re: FW: FW: Berkeley DB error while opening `changes' table for filesystem [#8143]

From: Glenn A. Thompson <gthompson_at_cdr.net>
Date: 2003-05-27 15:07:00 CEST


>If we call DB_ENV->set_errfile(), what FILE * do we pass it? Do we
>open a unique filename (perhaps with a timestamp in its name) for
>every time we open a BDB environment, and clean up the file if there
>are no errors?

A little more ammo for deleting set_berkeley_errcall from the FS API ;-)

In my Pluggable-DB document I propose deleting set_berkeley_errcall. In
its place I want to develop an FS logging feature.
set_berkeley_errcall uses set_errcall. I believe that set_errcall
should be used instead of set_errfile. It can then be integrated into
an FS logging feature. THE set_errcall callback function SHOULD NOT BE

Currently, in my document, I don't detail what I want to develop for the
logging feature. I can spend a little time to propose something here on
the list or I can put it in my Pluggable-DB document. Which do you prefer?


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