Re: [Tracker] "too many files opened" critical messages

On Tue, 2009-07-28 at 09:23 +0100, Martyn Russell wrote:
On 27/07/09 21:05, Laurent Aguerreche wrote:
Le lundi 27 juillet 2009 Ã 10:22 +0100, Martyn Russell a Ãcrit :
How many files can you have open? For me it is this:

$ cat /proc/sys/fs/file-max

$ cat /proc/sys/fs/file-max

Interesting, I would have expected it to be a lot lower.

I use a Fedora 11 (up to date) 64 bits.

I am on Jaunty with an AMD 64.

Also, can you break at that point and tell me what
crawler->private->enumerations is set as? It shouldn't be>  100.

I do not know where it happens... 'tracker-miner-fs:19358' does not mean
anything. Do I have to build tracker with specific flags?

No, just debug symbols, (i.e. -g).

If you can break during running tracker-miner-fs in the function on the 
line you reported earlier (tracker-crawler.c, line 854) where the error 
occurs that would be great. You should see how many iterators there are 
at the time.

I wonder if this is caused by having very deep file systems? Hmm. It 
would be interesting to know what file this happens for too.

original tracker used breadth first recursive scanning so this was never
a problem

Depth first scanning is broken and should never be used because of file
handle limits


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