Controlling --dbextras Using MonetDB(D)
Vincent.Sheffer at sysorex.com
Fri Apr 1 16:57:15 CEST 2016
Thanks for the suggestion. I ended up adding a dbextra property to databases so that we can use the same mechanism of "monetdb set dbextra=…." to control.
It was a pretty simple patch. If you compile the source, I'd be happy to get it to you.
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Subject: Controlling --dbextras Using MonetDB(D)
I use wrapper shell in such case. May be useful for you.
$ mv /usr/bin/mserver5 /usr/bin/mserver5.bin
$ vim /usr/bin/mserver5
exec /usr/bin/mserver5.bin --set gdk_vmtrim yes --set gdk_vm_maxsize 200000000000 --dbextra=/mnt/data/monetdb/extra $@
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