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Re: Berkeley DB problem: "Could not allocate memory"

From: Nicolás Lichtmaier <nick_at_panoptico.reloco.com.ar>
Date: 2005-02-08 21:41:29 CET

> I though that the "cannot allocate memory" problems were often fixed
> by increasing not the db cachesize, but the log buffer size and
> log_regionmax. Isn't that what our chats with Keith Bostic mentioned?
> I'm talking about the variables
> set_lg_bsize 262144
> set_lg_max 1048576
> set_lg_regionmax 131072
> If you 'svnadmin create' a repository, look at the docs surrounding
> those variables.

I've diffed the current DB_CONFIG with one from a newly created
repository and the only new parameter seems to be "set_lg_regionmax".
The comments surrounding it talk about "log region out of memory" erros,
which I am not seeing. Anyway, I'll put this "set_lg_regionmax 131072"
as stated in the file and see what happens.

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