DragonFly users List (threaded) for 2010-03
Re: insufficient buffers to rebalance the tree
On Monday 15 March 2010 00:06:41 Matthew Dillon wrote:
> The hammer rebalance code isn't critical to filesystem operation
> but it needs a lot of buffer cache buffers to operate, and systems
> running in VMs with small amounts of ram usually do not have enough
> buffers to cover the needs.
> You should be able to ignore the issue inside a VM.
I'm not running in a VM. There is no free command, so here's the memory line
Memory: 53M Active, 258M Inact, 171M Wired, 10M Cache, 57M Buf, 1596K Free
Attempting to run "hammer rebalance" directly results in this:
dogla# hammer rebalance /
rebalance start 8000000000000000:0000
Rebalance / failed: No space left on device
0 btree nodes scanned
0 btree nodes deleted
0 collision retries
0 btree nodes rebalanced
I've tried /dev/ad0s1a, /pfs/var, and ROOT for the filesystem; none of them
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