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[LDM #FLA-146766]: ldm file writes



Steve,

> Our operating system has not been updated, and in fact, is still Ubuntu
> 6.06 !!!!
> That's one of the things on our to-do list. I recently tried to make our
> LDM queue bigger, but with ver 6.13.5 I got an error message from mkqueue
> that our environment did not support the larger queue (from pq.c I think).
> Don't know if it was because we couldn't go above 2Gb on our 32bit OS, or
> because we couldn't go above 50% in our /dev/shm partition. The machine is
> maxed out at 8Gb RAM so if it's the latter, we're topped out at a 2Gb
> queue. Either way, we definitely need to upgrade the machine to Ubuntu
> 16.04 soon.

The maximum size of a product-queue file on a 32-bit system that doesn't
support large files is (2^32)-1 bytes, or about 4 GB and change.

> It definitely is a mystery. However, with this "solution" in the archives,
> hopefully it'll help someone else if they run into a similar problem. Ours
> is not to wonder why... just to... well... do stuff that works...

Good luck.

Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: FLA-146766
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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