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Re: Limit on number of consecutive ls's?

From: Simon Perreault <nomis80_at_nomis80.org>
Date: 2005-02-17 22:53:28 CET

On February 16, 2005 23:49, kfogel@collab.net wrote:
> You're probably running into a Berkeley DB lock limit or something.
> Does this reproduce with an FSFS repository?

I haven't tested it with a Berkeley DB repository, only with an FSFS

<time passes>

With a Berkeley DB repository the script hangs (doesn't crash, hangs) during
the 114th access. The repository becomes wedged.

> If you up some lock
> parameters in repos/db/DB_CONFIG (and then run recovery on the
> repository), does it change the behavior?

Doubling them (2000 -> 4000) doesn't change anything.

Simon Perreault <nomis80_at_nomis80.org> -- http://nomis80.org
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