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Re: daily "Cannot allocate memory"-problem

From: Martin A. Brooks <martin_at_hinterlands.org>
Date: 2005-03-20 22:21:43 CET

Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:

> I'm getting a bit annoyed that the automatic answer to every BDB
> problem is "switch to FSFS". :-)

That's easy to fix, just make it so BDB doesn't cause about 80% of the
problems reported to this list :)

> Second, make sure that you've allocated enough BDB lock objects, have
> a big enough log buffer, and a big enough cache. If you were to
> 'svnadmin create' a BDB repository today using the latest /trunk svn
> code, here are the default values you'd see in DB_CONFIG. Make sure
> your own DB_CONFIG has at least these values, and after tweaking, run
> 'svnadmin recover' again to make the changes stick. See if that
> clears things up.

Or just use fsfs.

*removes troll outfit and runs away terribly, terribly fast*

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