DBERROR - not enough space

Didi Rieder adrieder at sbox.tugraz.at
Wed May 11 13:09:47 EDT 2005

Quoting Igor Brezac <igor at ipass.net>:

> It is hard to tell.  Your cache size appears to be large enough, 
> there are plenty of lockers available (but this is still a suspect), 
> although you seem to have a rather large number of cyrus processes 
> running (700+) or your processes are dying without releasing db 
> handles.  How many cyrus processes are normally running on your 
> system? Did you get anything from the Berkeley DB debugging.  You can 
> see locks/lockers with db_stat -Cl....

[root at sbox root]# ps -aef | grep imap | wc -l

[cyrus at sbox imap]$ /usr/local/BerkeleyDB.4.2/bin/db_stat -Cl -h 
/mail/imap/db | grep HELD | wc -l

This is at 7PM during the day there are more imap processes running (>1500)

I didn't do the debugging yet so I can't tell you anything about it :-(


Didi Rieder
adrieder at sbox.tugraz.at
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