Coda File System

Re: using rdsinit to reinitialize the RVM

From: Peter J. Braam <>
Date: Fri, 19 Mar 1999 13:11:38 -0500 (EST)
Hi Florian,

A key issue to realize is that you will have to re-initialize your server
entirely (this can be done using backups etc., but it is a hassle if you
have data on them already).

Otherwise yes.   What I'd like you to do is to modify the vice-setup-rvm
script and mail it to me afterwards, then the world can benefit from your
work.  Here are some instructions:

- Keep starting address of VM the same.
- Keep the static size the same
- Increase the heap length as much as you increase the size (starting from
the "130M" option). 

That should work.

- Peter -

On Fri, 19 Mar 1999, Florian Wallner wrote:

> Hello, 
> after playing around with coda, we decided that the templates 
> provided by vice-setup-rvm are not sufficient for our needs, 
> 130M is not enough for our servers and 315M uses too much of
> the virtual memory. We agreed on 200M. The question I have now:
> is it enough to reinitialize the RVM-partition with rdsinit
> after using vice-setup-rvm and to update /vice/srv.conf 
> accordingly or is there more to it? 
> regards, 
> 	Florian Wallner
> -- 
> Florian Wallner					Speed-link GmbH
Received on 1999-03-19 13:13:50