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From "David Hosier" <da...@longviewsoftware.com>
Subject RE: Strange Solaris behavior
Date Tue, 17 Jun 2003 20:38:21 GMT
Well, I tried that and the server cored at 324 documents into the
process.  I got the follow error: 1614 File Size Limit Exceeded - core
dumped.  And it still only updates in increments of 81.  Any other
suggestions?  Thanks.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kevin Ross [mailto:Kevin.Ross@iVerticalLeap.com] 
> Sent: Tuesday, June 17, 2003 2:15 PM
> To: xindice-users@xml.apache.org
> Subject: RE: Strange Solaris behavior
> Not sure if this is related, but from my solaris days, I know 
> we had to adjust the ulimit.  From the readme, it suggests 
> you do this on Linux:
> ulimit -s 2048 for SDK 1.3.1
> Give it a shot on solaris and let us know if it is of any help.
> -Kevin Ross
> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Hosier [mailto:david@longviewsoftware.com] 
> Sent: Tuesday, June 17, 2003 1:55 PM
> To: xindice-users@xml.apache.org
> Subject: Strange Solaris behavior
> Greetings,
> I am running Xindice 1.0 on Solaris 8 with JDK1.3.1, and I am 
> having some strange behavior.  We have an application that is 
> loading 6500+ documents into the database.  These are small 
> documents; just object serializations using XMLEncoder.  When 
> we ran the application using a Xindice instance running on a 
> Windows XP machine, the documents were all stored in less 1.5 
> minutes and I was able to get constant updates of the 
> progress with "xindice ld -c /db/gateway".  However, when we 
> run Xindice on our Solaris 8 machines, the behavior is not 
> the same.  It takes about 1 minute to store 81 documents and 
> when I issue the 'ld' command, I only get updates in 
> increments of 81.  For example, I will run the command about 
> 1 minute into the process and get 81 documents listed.  I 
> will run the command again 20 seconds later and still get 81. 
>  I can keep doing this for a while with the same results.  
> Then eventually I will get 162 documents, then 243, and so on 
> in increments of 81 at lengthy intervals. This happened on 
> two separate Solaris machines with the same specs.
> This seems very strange since when run on Windows XP, I can 
> get constantly updating figures with 'ld'.  Plus it is 
> agonizingly slower. Granted my Windows box is much faster 
> than the Solaris machines, but I doubt it is 20+ times 
> faster.  Has anyone seen this type of behavior before?  Is it 
> normal for it to be that slow and update in groups of 81? Any 
> suggestions would be great!  Thanks for your time.
> David Hosier
> Software Engineer
> Longview Software

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