In regard to: R: Re: RPM DB, Berkley DB and journal files, pinto.elia@gmail...:
> Perhaps OT, but just a my random thought about this thread about rpm5
> and berkley DB. most of which is discussed here is very similar, or
> equal sometime, on similar question on openldap. Apparently strange but
> not so quite if someone think carefully at the rpm5 rpm acid feature.
> Just for Remainder my self, and Who is interested, that the rpm acid
> docu, not so much at this moment, need also on a tuning guide. Sound
> like a plan ? :-)
It's funny you mention OpenLDAP, since most of what I've learned about
BDB in the past year has been because of the work I did to upgrade my
site's primary and secondary LDAP servers to OpenLDAP 2.4.25.
OpenLDAP, being long-running and highly performance-sensitive, demands a
lot more tuning of BDB than RPM does and not all of the same
considerations will apply, but learning something about BDB for one of
those two packages will still help with tuning the other.
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Received on Wed Jun 29 14:48:09 2011