laura at hydrophil.de
Thu Jun 21 14:49:26 UTC 2001
Mirek Luc <mirecki at nask.pl> wrote:
>> I see a different behaviour of "cnfsstat" on two of my boxes
>> running INN 2.3.3 snapshots for the buffers in use.
>> Box 1:
>> Buffer TWO, size: 100 MBytes, position: 82.4 MBytes 78.82 cycles
>> "cycles" is given as a "fraction" (78.82 cycles).
>> Box 2:
>> Buffer T0, size: 500 MBytes, position: 359 MBytes 12.00 cycles
>> "cycles" is given as a "whole number" (12.00 cycles).
>> Any idea what causes the different output of "cnfsstat"?
> I guess box 2 uses Perl < 5.6.1. The Math::BigInt Perl module (cnfsstat
> uses it) has been changed in 5.6.1. The previous versions replaced "/"
> operator with div of integers for bigint objects. Or I'm wrong...:)
Uh, perl, haven't thought of that ... But both boxes use perl < 5.6.1:
This is perl, version 5.005_03 built for i386-linux
This is perl, v5.6.0 built for sun4-solaris-64int
Any other ideas? :-)
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