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Re: Frequent database corruption

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2005-02-20 19:13:08 CET

Michel Jouvin <jouvin@lal.in2p3.fr> writes:

> As I said, it could (may be) explain the problem we had when running
> to instances. But this is NO LONGER the case.
> It's not clear for me what you call shared mapping. If you are talking
> about mmap(), it is synchronized cluster wide and this should not be
> the problem (for example we have an IMAP server relying on MMAP and we
> never experienced any corruption in our cluster config). But I suggest
> to concentrate on corruption that occurs in the single Apache instance
> configuration during GET operations.

If you build Berkeley DB from source it includes a test suite. You
might like to try running that to see how well BDB works on your

Philip Martin
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Received on Sun Feb 20 19:14:16 2005

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