[Orca-users] Re: Updating Orca graphs at longer intervals
blair at akamai.com
Fri Apr 6 11:36:26 PDT 2001
If rsync is touching the files on the Orca server, then it's possible
that Orca is rereading old files. Orca will compare the file's inode,
device the file's on, the files' size and mtime. If any of these
have changed, then Orca will reread it.
Christian L Pearce wrote:
> I am in the process of turning off the COMPRESSOR, we had a
> with rsync not removing files on the orca machine that have been
> removed on
> the client machines.
> - My orca machine seems to be removing the percol files but the
> aren't. Even though I am running without the -o, I think it is
> looking at ALL the percol files every run. I believe this becuase I
> errors for mismatched columns on files from back in march.
> Still trying to tune orca,
> > In this case, there's not much to do to speed Orca up, unless you
> > to do a major redesign of the code.
> > Regards,
> > Blair
> > Christian L Pearce wrote:
> >> > If you run Orca continuously but not using the -o command line
> >> > option, then it'll run much faster since it doesn't have to load
> >> > large amount of information from each run.
> >> We do have it configured this way.
> >> > Also, are you compressing the percol-* files? If so, Orca needs
> >> > spawn gzcat to read the file.
> >> I believe this is the setup. I will look it to changing this.
> >> > Which version of Orca you are using?
> >> orca-0.26
> >> > Regards,
> >> > Blair
> >> Thanks for you time.
> >> --
> >> Christian Pearce
> >> CommNav, Inc.
> Christian Pearce
> CommNav, Inc.
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