Re: berkely_db_svc - 08-11-2003 , 07:31 AM
Alex Yakovlev <versy59 (AT) yandex (DOT) ru> wrote:
certainly not your problem. The error message says it can't create a
file, which has nothing to do with RAM size. Instead it points to
some missing privilege, and/or lack of disk space in the database's
home directory as the most probable reasons.
Hans-Bernhard Broeker (broeker (AT) physik (DOT) rwth-aachen.de)
Even if all the snow were burnt, ashes would remain.
Re: berkely_db_svc - 08-12-2003 , 12:46 PM
versy59 (AT) yandex (DOT) ru (Alex Yakovlev) wrote in message news:<10303e8d.0308090348.504222fa (AT) posting (DOT) google.com>...
to berkeley_db_svc does not exist on the machine. This is likely the
problem particularly if you are specifying absolute pathnames.
Sue LoVerso sue (at) sleepycat.com
Re: berkely_db_svc - 08-12-2003 , 01:46 PM
Hans-Bernhard Broeker <broeker (AT) physik (DOT) rwth-aachen.de> wrote
Berkeley program create this and then mapped in memory.
Now I solved this problem.
I download Berkeley version 4.2.38 and compile it in my Linux with
custom configuration options.
Now Berkeley work fine with RedHat9 in 65MB RAM on P166MMX.