DBERROR db4: /var/lib/imap/db/__db.001: unable to initializeenvironment lock: Function not implemented
moby at mobsternet.com
Mon May 26 13:53:07 EDT 2003
The _only_ time I saw problems with skiplist was when using skiplist for the
tls_cache _and_ actually have TLS clients connect to the server. Other than
that once scenario skiplist worked fine everywhere else. You are using
skiplist for tls_cache and have clients connect using TLS with no issues?
If so, then it might just be a problem on RH 9.0 (which would not surprise
me - RH 9.0 should never have been released!).
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[mailto:owner-info-cyrus at lists.andrew.cmu.edu] On Behalf Of Patrick Morris
Sent: Monday, May 26, 2003 10:39
To: Amos Gouaux
Cc: info-cyrus at lists.andrew.cmu.edu
Subject: Re: DBERROR db4: /var/lib/imap/db/__db.001: unable to
initializeenvironment lock: Function not implemented
Ditto here. Solaris 9 with skiplist. We had a hell of a time with
db4.1 (we'd get corruption in our databases at least daily), but since
migrating to skiplist a little over a month ago we've had absolutely no
database problems at all.
Amos Gouaux wrote:
>We sure haven't had any problems with skiplist. Though, we're
>running on Solaris, not Linux.
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