Size of cnfs cycbuffs is smaller than I specified. How to change that?

Russ Allbery rra at stanford.edu
Tue Jul 30 18:12:18 UTC 2002


Christopher Manders <CJManders at lbl.gov> writes:

> Here is the output from cnfsstat:
> Class MAIN  for groups matching "*", article size min/max: 0/214000000
>  Buffer ONE, size:  1.56 GBytes, position:   124 MBytes  0.08 cycles
>   Newest: 2002-07-30  7:44:02,    0 days,  0:00:03 ago
>  Buffer TWO, size:  1.42 GBytes, position:   118 MBytes  0.08 cycles
>   Newest: 2002-07-30  7:44:02,    0 days,  0:00:03 ago
>  Buffer THREE, size:  1.69 GBytes, position:   121 MBytes  0.07 cycles
>   Newest: 2002-07-30  7:44:02,    0 days,  0:00:03 ago

> What have I done wrong? How can I get all of my disk space allocated used?

It may be that cnfsstat is just reporting incorrect information.  Are you
using a Perl built with 64-bit support?

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