Sang-yong Suh | 1 Nov 03:38 2002
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Re: ERROR: dbz.c(set): can't tag value 0x1000016 tagboth = 0xff000000


On Thu, Oct 31, 2002 at 09:32:59AM +0900, Katsuhiro Kondou wrote:
> } This means that "can't tag" can occur if the history size is greater than
> } 16GB and and less than 32GB on a 32bit machine.
> 
> We believed that tagged hash cannot work in such
> environment, and configure refuses to run with
> both --with-largefiles and --enable-tagged-hash.
> So, you mean it still work in the case?

Sorry, I do not have any experience on "largefiles" system.
I am going to have an experience sometime later...
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Raymond Leung | 1 Nov 05:38 2002

Re: Help for configuring INN


you must using the userid "news" in order to run the daemon , are you using 
root to do so ?

> Hi,
> I tried to install and configure the INN Server (version 2.3.2) on 
> "Linux". I could start the INN Daemon (innd) also. But i am not able 
> to establish a connection with the server using the 
> 
> "telnet <server name/ip addr> nntp"
> 
> command. When I start the INN Server, I am getting an error message 
> in the "~news/log/news.err" file which reads like this:
> 
> inndstart: can't setgroups: operation not permitted
> inndstart: seteuid(0) failed: operation not permitted
> 
> '0' is the uid of user ROOT in my system.
> 
> Someone please help me to continue further. Its very urgent. Hope i 
> will get some help from this forum.
> 
> Thanks in advance.
> 
> Regards,
> Sreevathsa
> 
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christian mock | 1 Nov 14:48 2002
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Re: Journaling filesystems


On Mon, Oct 28, 2002 at 02:28:51PM -0500, dsr+inn <at> mail.lns.cornell.edu wrote:

> > We're now running with journaling filesystems.
> 
> Which one?  Many "journaling" filesystems (including apparently most
> of the ones for Linux) only journal metadata, not data (journaling
> data can be significantly slower).

I've done some SMTP benchmarking (postfix) with ext3 on linux, trying
the different "data=" options; the fastest and safest one was
"data=journal" which journals data and metadata -- and postfix does a
lot of fsync-ing; the performance advantage apparently comes from the
fact that the fsync appends the data to the journal, therefore sparing
the OS a lot of seeks on the data files.

just my 2c,

cm.

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lists | 3 Nov 00:07 2002
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CNFS


Hi all

I am hoping someone can point me in the way of a good HOWTO document on 
setting up CNFS.

I am new to INND and to the world of news and NNTP......

Thank you very much,

Michael

Jeffrey M. Vinocur | 3 Nov 00:47 2002

Re: CNFS


On Sat, 2 Nov 2002, lists wrote:

> I am hoping someone can point me in the way of a good HOWTO document on 
> setting up CNFS.
> 
> I am new to INND and to the world of news and NNTP......

Have you read the INSTALL document which comes with INN?

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lists | 3 Nov 00:14 2002
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Re: CNFS


No,

I am using the RPM files and there is NO install.

I have tried reading the man pages, but they are not detailed.

Michael

On Sat, 2 
Nov 2002, 
Jeffrey M. Vinocur wrote:

> On Sat, 2 Nov 2002, lists wrote:
> 
> > I am hoping someone can point me in the way of a good HOWTO document on 
> > setting up CNFS.
> > 
> > I am new to INND and to the world of news and NNTP......
> 
> Have you read the INSTALL document which comes with INN?
> 
> 
> 

lists | 3 Nov 00:50 2002
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Re: CNFS


Do you know of any good How To on the issue?

On Sat, 2 Nov 2002, lists wrote:

> 
> No,
> 
> I am using the RPM files and there is NO install.
> 
> I have tried reading the man pages, but they are not detailed.
> 
> 
> Michael
> 
> On Sat, 2 
> Nov 2002, 
> Jeffrey M. Vinocur wrote:
> 
> > On Sat, 2 Nov 2002, lists wrote:
> > 
> > > I am hoping someone can point me in the way of a good HOWTO document on 
> > > setting up CNFS.
> > > 
> > > I am new to INND and to the world of news and NNTP......
> > 
> > Have you read the INSTALL document which comes with INN?
> > 
> > 
> > 
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Lewis Watson | 3 Nov 01:30 2002

Re: CNFS


The install file has good information that covers innd very well. You might
want to download the source, untar it, and read the install file. There is a
website or two that has information about innd and its configs. If you are
using redhat there is a redhat bible book that explains it nicely.... I am
not sure of an actual how to for innd myself...
Lewis

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Subject: Re: CNFS

>
> Do you know of any good How To on the issue?
>
> On Sat, 2 Nov 2002, lists wrote:
>
> >
> > No,
> >
> > I am using the RPM files and there is NO install.
> >
> > I have tried reading the man pages, but they are not detailed.
> >
> >
> > Michael
> >
> > On Sat, 2
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greg andruk | 3 Nov 01:41 2002
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red hat


Have submitted a bug report to Red Hat (#77202) asking them to see if they can
make the location of INSTALL a bit better knkown to users.

Jeffrey M. Vinocur | 3 Nov 02:00 2002

Re: CNFS


On Sat, 2 Nov 2002, lists wrote:

> I am using the RPM files and there is NO install.

There actually is.  We just don't remember where it is -- try in 
/usr/share/doc somewhere?

> I have tried reading the man pages, but they are not detailed.

If you can't find INSTALL on your system, then you'll need to go download 
the source and read the copy from there.  It's a very substantial document 
which is critical to being able to set up INN correctly.

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