Coda File System

Re[2]: rvm size...

From: Éliás Tamás <eliast_at_venk.hu>
Date: Wed, 3 Nov 2004 15:40:08 +0100
Hy!

JN> Hi,

JN> Are you using raw partition for RVM or a filestem? If a filesystem ,then
JN> which one?

I use a file, since it is an already configured system with working
RAIDs, so I can not make new partitions and so...

I use /var/spool/coda/rvm.log

>> Hy. just trying to reinstall coda, the new, 6.0.7 version (or whatever)
>> 
>> I found this interresting while use vice-setup (in my previous letter
>> I wrote vice-setup instead of venus-setup. sorry)
>> 
>> The amount of RVM we need to store the metadata for a given
>> amount file space can vary enormously. If your typical data set
>> consists of many small files, you definitely need more RVM, but
>> if you tend to store large files (mp3s, videos or image data)
>> we don't need all that much RVM.
>> 
>> Here are some random samples,
>>   mp3 files        ~75MB RVM per GB.
>>   jpeg images     ~608MB RVM per GB.
>>   email folders ~23024MB RVM per GB.
>>   freebsd-src   ~31853MB RVM per GB.
>> 
>> I don't understand this. For example in the case of a BSD source,
>> I need 31853MB=31Gigabytes of rvm space?
>> 
>> 
>> -- 
>> Thomas Elias
>> Title: System administrator, Programmer
>> mailto: eliast_at_venk.hu
>> Tel.: +3630/3299315
>> ICQ UIN: 206-714-459
>> Quote: "Too many people making too many problems (InFlames)"
>> 


-- 
Thomas Elias
Title: System administrator, Programmer
mailto: eliast_at_venk.hu
Tel.: +3630/3299315
ICQ UIN: 206-714-459
Quote: 
 "Too many people making too many problems (InFlames)"
Received on 2004-11-03 09:41:14