ctl_cyrusdb checkpoint no longer removing log files
ae at is.dal.ca
Thu May 22 23:46:18 EDT 2003
Has anyone run across this before: ctl_cyrusdb is not deleting database
log files (Berkeley 4.0.14) any more. It used to be that one would see log
message sequences like
ctl_cyrusdb: checkpointing cyrus databases
ctl_cyrusdb: archiving database file: /imap/mailboxes.db
ctl_cyrusdb: removing log file: /imap/db/log.0000000911
ctl_cyrusdb: archiving log file: /imap/db/log.0000000912
ctl_cyrusdb: done checkpointing cyrus databases
but now there are no more "removing log file" messages and /imap/db (and
/imap/db.backup1 and /imap/db.backup2) has dozens of log files.
Cyrus (master) has been up since April 9. The problem appears to have
started on May 8. "db_stat -c" reports
165845 Last allocated locker ID.
9 Number of lock modes.
50000 Maximum number of locks possible.
50000 Maximum number of lockers possible.
50000 Maximum number of objects possible.
47M Current locks.
47M Maximum number of locks so far.
14694 Current number of lockers.
14702 Maximum number lockers so far.
0 Current number lock objects.
16 Maximum number of lock objects so far.
148M Number of lock requests.
148M Number of lock releases.
0 Number of lock requests that would have waited.
4890 Number of lock conflicts.
21 Number of deadlocks.
0 Number of transaction timeouts.
0 Number of lock timeouts.
17MB 232KB Lock region size (18063360 bytes).
7210 The number of region locks granted after waiting.
211M The number of region locks granted without waiting.
name : Cyrus IMAPD
version : v2.1.11 2002/12/04 14:53:12
vendor : Project Cyrus
os : Linux
os-version : 2.4.18-19.7.xsmp-san
environment: Cyrus SASL 2.1.2
Sleepycat Software: Berkeley DB 4.0.14: (November 18, 2001)
OpenSSL 0.9.6b [engine] 9 Jul 2001
CMU Sieve 2.2
mmap = shared
lock = fcntl
nonblock = fcntl
auth = unix
idle = poll
mboxlist.db = skiplist
subs.db = flat
seen.db = flat
duplicate.db = db3-nosync
tls.db = db3-nosync
Aidan Evans | Networks & Systems
(902)494-3332 | University Computing & Information Services
| Dalhousie University, Halifax, N.S., Canada
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