[nSLUG] overview DB and inn
donald.teed at gmail.com
Mon Mar 6 21:49:34 AST 2006
Well, it is worth time researching if the
increase doesn't fix the problem of
an infinitely growing overview. I read a comment
by one inn user that their ovdb grew to 70GB.
Likewise buying RAM doesn't fix a
memory leak - it just buys some time.
Anyway, the lack of service level
solutions confirms what I suspected and we
will likely add disk.
On 3/6/06, Scott Walker <crimson at unspeakable.org> wrote:
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> Couldn't have said it better myself. Why bother wasting time
> researching. By reading your post, and the little blurb about OVDB and
> it's storage requirements. IF 8G is Causing you grief. Spend $60 and
> pick up a 80G And Save yourself years of grief. Take $120, buy to 80's
> and raid them. I'm assuming because it's a NNTP server you have your
> spool on it's own disk, so breaking it off spending 10-15 mins swaping a
> drive, partitioning a disk, and moving the old data back. Should be a
> rather trivial task.
> gnwiii at gmail.com wrote:
> > On 3/2/06, Donald Teed <donald.teed at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Its starting to look like a new disk (or server)
> >> will have to be in the solution.
> > And the price of disk (and servers) is small enough that you can't
> > afford to spend much time researching ways to save space. Newer
> > hardware gives better reliability and "overhead" to deal with problems
> > or add new capabilities. 8G is really peanuts these days. 1990's
> > RISC boxes when 9G SCSI disks were state-of-the art and used big fat
> > failure-prone cables/connectors can be kept going too long (in a work
> > environment where downtime is costly -- they make great home systems
> > if you need an electric heater with blinky lights and a keyboard).
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