Cyrus in Solaris zones
baconm at email.unc.edu
Tue Jun 16 10:50:06 EDT 2009
Okay, failing that, since I'm wondering if this is an issue with Solaris
Is anyone else running Cyrus inside of a non-global zone on Solaris? If
so, have you run into any odd problems with it?
UNC Chapel Hill
--On June 15, 2009 10:07:34 AM -0400 Michael Bacon <baconm at email.unc.edu>
> This appears to be an issue in addition to the freeze-ups we're having.
> Given all the dumping and undumping I'm doing in the name of debugging,
> this may not be surprising, but I keep seeing instances where a database
> gets into some state wherein any process that opens it decides to run a
> recover on it before doing anything. Running a ctl_cyrusdb -r, even with
> all other processes stopped, does not seem to change this behavior. The
> next time a cyrus process starts up, whether it's an imapd, mupdate, or
> ctl_mboxlist, the process goes and does a recover before doing anything
> Has anyone else seen this? I've seen it on brand-new, newly "undumped"
> databases in the past week.
> Michael Bacon
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