new file hanging?
brandon at hotornot.com
Wed Aug 24 13:48:38 PDT 2005
Interesting that you say that. I read this mailing list's archive and I
came across a problem with Linux::AIO here.
The latest Linux::AIO (v1.8) does not pass "make test". I reverted to
using Linux::AIO 1.72. While this is Fedora Core 4, it is the 32-bit x86
I would like to try IO::AIO (which I believe is API compatible). How can
I instruct Perlbal to use IO::AIO instead of Linux::AIO?
Juan Ignacio Leon wrote:
>As far as I dug, I was able to see that the problems had to do with
>the asynchronous IO routines.
>At the time I was testing (early this summer), Linux::AIO was a
>requirement and did not work well with 64bit kernels on RedHat (epoll
>problems also). Now, you can instruct perlbal to use IO::AIO which is
>a portable asynch IO written by the same developer - Lehmann.
>I ended up having to ditch the RedHat clone for the storage solution
>and threw mogile on Debian. I will, however, try again on a RedHat
>derivative at some point in the future. Sorry I can't be of more help.
>This community is pretty darn good and quite active lately so best of
>Oh one more thing: be sure to try using CVS builds for all these
>sources rather than the older ones linked from the website.
>On 8/24/05, Brandon Ooi <brandono at berkeley.edu> wrote:
>>I am running on Fedora Core 4 SMP. (which is probably an RHEL somethign
>>clone). Did you ever figure out what caused the hangs?
>>Juan Ignacio Leon wrote:
>>>What platform are you running mogilefs on? I had similar hangs when
>>>using CentOS 4.1 (RHEL 4.1 Clone).
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