Berkeley DB 4.4.16 released...
simon.matter at ch.sauter-bc.com
Sat Nov 19 18:21:30 EST 2005
> Personally, when I hand build my Cyrus Servers, I end up putting DB3 on
> Because quite frankly i've found more responsiveness with DB3, and less
> 'insane' errors that make no clear sense to me.
> That, and you can patch db3, and not worry about someone releasing a
> new version that breaks your patch anymore.
> It's great running old software, and making it work the way it should
> be(tm) to begin with.
I just wanted to say that the largest of our production servers run
Berkeley DB 3.3.11: (July 12, 2001). And I don't know how they could run
better. Performance, stability? Do I miss something?
> On Sat, 19 Nov 2005 13:16:38 +0100
> Nikola Milutinovic <Nikola.Milutinovic at ev.co.yu> wrote:
>> Ken Murchison wrote:
>> > info-cyrus at utdallas.edu wrote:
>> >> http://www.sleepycat.com/products/bdb.html
>> > Great! I'm still applying 4.3 compat fixes.
>> You lazy bones, you! :-)
>> Seriously, how important is it to upgrade? I'm running all my
>> production servers - Tru64 UNIX on DEC Alpha (No, it is not HP, nor
>> Compaq, I do not recognize those assholes as the bearers of the brand
>> Alpha and Tru64) - on Berkeley DB 4.2.52 + patches. They run smoothly.
>> Would I gain anything by upgrading (and recompiling all my packages)
>> to BDB 4.3 or 4.4?
>> Providing, of course, Ken can fix Cyrus source to be compatible with
>> 4.4 branch... That shouldn't take more than few hours, right Ken?
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