[Coldstuff] A couple questions, possibly related.
Tue, 12 Feb 2002 16:06:38 -0000
Is there any particular reason a signed 32-bit integer was used rather
than an unsigned 32-bit integer?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bruce Mitchener" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2002 2:33 PM
Subject: Re: [Coldstuff] A couple questions, possibly related.
> email@example.com wrote:
> > OK. While working with coldcc, our Site Maintainer says he saw a
> > reference to 30,000 as a limit. He was not sure if this was 30,000k,
> > or 30,000 as the top db#, or what. Is there a limit to the database
> > size? Is it tunable?
> There's a Cold with a 2.4 gig database, so there isn't a known limit
> with the dev tree. For the 1.1 release, there is a 2G limit on the DB
> The limit on top db# is the max value for a signed 32 bit integer, or
> 2.1 billion or so.
> > Also, "binary database free size". This is showing us around 5.7%,
> > as opposed to 6.4% for a fresh ColdCore. How is this figured? What
> > does it mean, and what should we be watching for?
> This is just the number of 'blocks' in the DB that are free. I usually
> don't worry too much about it.
> There's also some explanation of the cold database stuff on:
> although it could probably go into more detail on some of these points.
> - Bruce
> Cold-Coldstuff mailing list