Java client [file chunking]
Andy Lo A Foe
andy.loafoe at gmail.com
Thu Nov 1 22:09:39 UTC 2007
Make sure the Apache user can write to all your /var/mogdata/dev? subdirs
and that the DAVLock db file is writable too (there are some issues on
Ubuntu with this for example). We are running a CPAN served 2.17 MogileFS
version, no patches applied, except to the client software (Ruby
mogilefs-client). No special tracker configurations, just the standard
MogileFS setup with Apache 2.2.3/WebDAV on storage nodes + update_usage.pl
scripts for writing the usage files.
On 10/31/07, stefan <deubeulyou at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/30/07, Andy Lo A Foe <andy.loafoe at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Apache2/WebDAV has worked out well on storage nodes (mogstored
> > currently chokes on files > 100MB).
> Hi !
> I'm trying to replace mogstored by lighttpd or apache webdav as well, but
> I still hit an issue: new folders
> are not created by the tracker... There's a TODO entry about it (I
> guess), and a few other posts on the list, but
> I couldn't really understand if it's supposed to just work ...
> I wonder, are you running 2.17 or svn, did you need any patches ? Do I
> need some specific tracker configuration ?
> Thanks for any hint you might have !
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