still having strangeness with expire
phil at unix.sprint.net
Thu Jul 27 06:56:39 UTC 2000
Look at this:
Renumbering active file.
expireover start Tue Jul 25 00:07:07 CDT 2000: ( -z/news/log/expire.rm)
expireover end Tue Jul 25 02:16:03 CDT 2000
expire begin Tue Jul 25 02:16:36 CDT 2000: (-v1)
Article lines processed 6567847
Articles retained 6567847
Entries expired 0
Old entries dropped 0
Old entries retained 0
expire end Wed Jul 26 00:47:28 CDT 2000
all done Wed Jul 26 00:47:28 CDT 2000
Almost 22 hours to run expire, when expireover only takes two hours.
Why would it take so long to rebuild the history files?????
Currently, the history file is only 700MB in size.
InterNetNews server INN 2.3.0 (20000719 prerelease)
Solaris 2.7 (pretty current)
60 9GB drives as cybuffs
I have toyed with remember, but it does not seem to make a difference in
the time it takes to expire. I had it at 14 days for a while, but no
ANY ideas are welcome. I will try just about anything at this point.
I have lots of great feeders feeding me, but am still only reporting
about 10GB a day received. It has to be realted to the expire issue.
I have received 78GB a day with INN 2.2 on this same hardware with nearly
the same setup. The only changes to the configs I have made were ones
necessary to get 2.3 to run. No more than that. When I install new
versions of 2.3 I just copy over /news/bin and /news/lib. I dont ever
touch /news/etc unless it wont kick off. And then i tweak gently til
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