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Re: warnings in fsfs-reorg.c

From: Johan Corveleyn <jcorvel_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2012 01:32:18 +0200

On Wed, Oct 10, 2012 at 7:09 PM, Stefan Fuhrmann
<stefan.fuhrmann_at_wandisco.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Oct 9, 2012 at 10:19 PM, Johan Corveleyn <jcorvel_at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> I haven't built trunk in a couple of weeks. I'm catching up now, and I
>> see a lot of new warnings coming from fsfs-reorg.c (compiled with
>> Visual C Express 2008 on WinXP). Stefan (or anyone else), can you take
>> a look at these?
> Yes, I can. But maybe not before the weekend.
> As long as your repository does not contain pack
> files > 4GB, you should be safe. If it does,
> changes are that you will run out of memory
> on that repo anyway ;)

Ah yes, especially on my 32-bit system :-). There's no rush, I just
noticed the warnings and felt the urge to report them :-) ...

> BTW, that code is not supposed to be *ever*
> used for production data.

Ok, good to know. I just executed the tool and saw the prominent
warning, so that's pretty clear.

[ ... ]

> Would be nice if people could use it to test /
> evaluate the results. The hole idea is to verify
> the method before attempting significant changes
> to the FSFS layer in 1.9.

Can you summarize a bit (maybe you explained it already in some notes
file, but I don't quite remember) what it does again? What's the goal
really? Is it about reshuffling the data inside the pack files to be
more I/O efficient, while maintaining compatibility with existing
servers (so a reorg'ed repository can be read by any 1.x server)? If
so, how does it do that actually?

And, if we're thinking about evaluating the results: what should one
focus on? Any particular use cases that should get a significant
positive effect? Any use cases that might possibly be negatively

Received on 2012-10-11 01:33:12 CEST

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