On Mon, 12 Aug 2013, jeevan kc wrote:
Hello thereMy DB_CONFIG looks like this
set_cachesize 0 716800 0
Recently , we have few batch processes running in the LDAP server for Datawarehouse
groups and other apps and this is causing DB logs to grow . When I do a ls -l the size
of the logs are almost 4GB in
size. This is causing trouble and we don't want this many logs. How do I limit the
log size so that it doesn't exceed lets say 1 GB .
These DB logs are of very little importance to us. We periodically do a backup using
slapcat and we can use this in case we have a fatal crash .
Please throw some light on how to limit these DB logs . Thanks
Please see the Oracle documentation relating to set_lg_max, and the
slapd-bdb(5) / OpenLDAP resources relating to checkpointing.