|Subject||RE: [firebird-support] Re: Frequent database corruption|
> on the filesystem (ext3)Turn on data journaling, assuming you have the database and the video
files on different mount points.
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Subject: [firebird-support] Re: Frequent database corruption
> > This is a box without keyboard or screen, with a processor (VIASamuel
> > 2@400MHz), 128 MB RAMNo. Should we?
> <SL> This seems a little low...
> > 2 IDE hard drives
> <SL> Have you disabled all OS write caching features for the HDDs?
I should mention here that we do not only write datas into the database,
but perhaps 99% of the data which are written to the disk are video
data. The database mainly contains configuration informations, logs, and
references to the video files stored directly on the filesystem (ext3).
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