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Re: Repository instability

From: Jay Cornwall <jay_at_esuna.co.uk>
Date: 2004-10-19 16:16:16 CEST

J Robert Ray wrote:

> I was getting a very similar error message to yours and fixed it by
> adjusting DB_CONFIG to the above values. After changing DB_CONFIG, the
> recover succeeded. For me, even when I was getting this error message
> from recover, the repository was not wedged and functioned normally. YMMV.

Thanks for yours (and everyone's) replies. :)

I've converted my repository to FSFS, so I'm not able to test if this
fixes the BDB problem at the moment. The good news is that the
repository does seem stable so far, so I'll stick with this backend for now.

If I get a chance, I'll try some of the suggestions made to see what was
causing the problems with the BDB backend.

(and apologies for being a bit late in replying, had some work to take
care of the last couple of days)

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