Am Freitag, 1. Mai 2015, 21:21:09 schrieb Martin:
> Sorry, first post went to Ludwig only. Now to the list as well.
> Am 30.04.2015 um 13:36 schrieb Ludwig Krispenz:
> >>> indicating that trimming works.
> >> As it seems my trimming is broken, at least partially. Is there
> >> something I can adjust?
> > no, it seems to be ok, IPA configures the "changelog maxage" as 2d, so
> > if changelog trimming runs, it removes changes older than two days, then
> > it "sleeps" for this time and then runs again, so the changes could pile
> > up to four days, then get trimmed and so on ...
> >>> you said "thousands" of messages, how frequent are they really ?
> >> On every reboot I got these messages. I do not get them during normal
> >> opperation.
> > how frequently do you reboot ? maybe you only see the trimming after
> > startup
> I reboot with almost every kernel update for fedora 21 (so about every
> >> Something odd I observed after the last two reboots: ns-slapd runs my
> >> hard disk for several minutes (about 15 minutes) after the reboot. This
> >> is the time it takes to log all these change record messages.
> So my question remains: What does the ldap server do with all these
> data? Is it possible to run trimming manually before shutdown? Or can I
> do some other things the get this messages away?
> >> Kindly
> >> Martin
OK, next step.
After two reboots without this showing up I had the thousand changelog
messages again. I am still wondering what I can do to reduce this.
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