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Andre Schild
 
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Default Re: File system for ASE 9.0.2, build 3182 on Linux Debian Etch - 02-04-2008 , 05:30 AM






We too use ReiserFS for ASA databases since several years with no problems.

André

Jeff Albion (Sybase iAnywhere) schrieb:
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Josh Savill wrote:
Ales Novotny wrote:
Which file system should be used for ASE 9.0.2, build 3182 on Linux
Debian Etch?
The idea is ti use ReiserFS, but I am not sure whether is save.
Thank you.
Ales


Ales,

In addition to Josh's comments, please note that while we attempt to
support the various incarnations of Linux, there have been some...
interesting... bugs when addressing particular file system formats. In
particular, asynchronous I/O can be potentially problematic:

http://search.sybase.com/kbx/changer...?bug_id=343923

If you're finding that your particular file system is corrupting your
database file or the engine is failing to load the database, you may
want to try out the "-ua" switch to see if it makes a difference.

From other customer reports that I've heard though, ResierFS seems to
work pretty well.*

* Not a guarantee!

Regards,




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