brad at danga.com
Fri Apr 21 16:01:52 UTC 2006
The 0/000/000 directory problem is THE most common problem.
Make sure that if you have Linux::AIO or IO::AIO installed, that they're
the most recent versions. If one is new and the other is old, Mogile
might choose the old one.
To be safe, uninstall both, and only install one of them after "make test"
on it succeeds.
On Fri, 21 Apr 2006, Ganth Rogani wrote:
> I actually did that just about an hour ago, but I also had to make the
> 0/000/000 directories before it would store files. anyone know why it
> didn't make it automatically? i assume that at some point it will try to
> make another directory and will fail?
> >From: andreas.koenig.gmwojprw at franz.ak.mind.de (Andreas J. Koenig)
> >To: <ganthirogani at hotmail.com>
> >CC: mogilefs at lists.danga.com
> >Subject: Re: install problems
> >Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2006 09:27:55 +0200
> > >>>>> On Thu, 20 Apr 2006 18:29:52 -0700, "Brian Kaino"
> ><ganthirogani at hotmail.com> said:
> > > open(TEST, "test.txt") or die "Can't open file";
> > > $mogfs->store_file("test","txt",TEST);
> >No mogilefs problem, just wrong usage of filehandles.
> >Try something like
> > open my $fh, "test.txt" or die "Can't open file";
> > $mogfs->store_file("test","txt",$fh);
> >or if you insist on old-style:
> > open(TEST, "test.txt") or die "Can't open file";
> > $mogfs->store_file("test","txt",*TEST);
> >Hope this helps,
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