ken at oceana.com
Thu Feb 26 13:05:00 EST 2004
Sebastian Hagedorn wrote:
> -- Henrique de Moraes Holschuh <hmh at debian.org> is rumored to have
> mumbled on Mittwoch, 25. Februar 2004 17:39 Uhr -0300 regarding Re:
> Performance question...:
>> On Wed, 25 Feb 2004, Rob Siemborski wrote:
>>> On Wed, 25 Feb 2004, Henrique de Moraes Holschuh wrote:
>>> > First, you need DB4.2 if you have anything SMP or multithreaded :)
>>> Ummm, we've successfully used Berkeley DB on SMP systems since DB3... Is
>>> there a reference to what problems this causes anywhere?
>> Cyrus is way too well behaved to cause DB lockups, I think ;-) Anyway,
>> I have never seen a bdb 3.2 lockup in my life, and so far, that's what
>> I've been using with Cyrus. It seems to handle quite well the lack of
>> extra DB environment configs, too, which I am _not_ sure DB 4.x would.
>> As I said, it certaily doesn't work that way for OpenLDAP.
>> For 4.0 and 4.1, search the OpenLDAP ML, and you will get a huge ton
>> of reports. Maybe it is a Linux-only issue, but I am not sure about THAT
> We've been running 4.0 in production with 30,000 users under Red Hat AS
> 2.1 on a 4-processor machine, but only deliver.db and tls_sessions.db
> use it. I haven't noticed a lot of problems. Of course there are some
> aborted lockers, but not too many. Following the recommendations on the
> OpenLDAP site I just created a DB_CONFIG file to increase the cache size
> to 1 MB, but I wonder if that's going to be noticeable ...
FYI, I just added a berkeley_cachesize option to CVS, so you can set
this in imapd.conf instead of DB_CONFIG.
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