odd cnfs buffersize problem
Tommy van Leeuwen
tommy at support.nl
Tue Jan 22 19:03:58 UTC 2002
Never mind for bothering you. I've upgraded my binutils package and that
did the trick! Prolly it reported some 1k blocksize as 1.5k or such. Had
nothing to deal with inn after all.
On Tue, 22 Jan 2002, Tommy van Leeuwen wrote:
> I've just installed 2.3.2 on a fresh server and run into a weird problem
> for which i have no idea where to look for.
> Our cycbuff.conf has entries like:
> Which suggests 1 gig buffers, however cnfsstat reports:
> Buffer b01, size: 1.54 GBytes, position: 1.04 MBytes 0.00 cycles
> Buffer b02, size: 1.54 GBytes, position: 1.07 MBytes 0.00 cycles
> Buffer b03, size: 1.54 GBytes, position: 1.07 MBytes 0.00 cycles
> I've initialized the buffers with dd bs=1024 count=1000
> We have tried raw cnfsbuffers but for 4gig drives the size reported by
> cnfsstat was only 242 mb.
> I think there's something really wrong somewhere, but don't know what
> where or how. We're using linux 2.4.17 (on debian pre 3.0).
> Any suggestions?
> Thank you!
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