DBERROR db4: Logging region out of memory
grisul9333 at yahoo.co.uk
Thu May 27 08:23:56 EDT 2004
I have the following problem with my Cyrus installation:
lmtpunix: DBERROR db4: Logging region out of memory; you may need to increase its size
lmtpunix: DBERROR: opening /var/imap/deliver.db: Cannot allocate memory
lmtpunix: DBERROR: opening /var/imap/deliver.db: cyrusdb error
lmtpunix: FATAL: lmtpd: unable to init duplicate delivery database
"The DB_CONFIG configuration file is intended to allow database environment administrators to customize environments independent of applications using the environment. For example, a database administrator can move the database log and data files to a different location without application recompilation. In addition, because the DB_CONFIG file is read when the database environment is opened, it can be used to overrule application configuration done before that time. For example a database administrator could override the compiled-in application cache size to a size more appropriate for a specific machine."
Has anyone an exemple of a Berkeley DB_Config file? What is a good value for the DB log region parameter?
Many thanks for your help.
The configuration is:
Cyrus 2.2.3 (~ 10.000 users) / Berkeley DB 4.2.52 / SuseLinux 9.0
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