On Wed, 2004-07-14 at 12:52 -0700, Kees Cook wrote:
> Hello! We're using swish-e to index about 300G of documents. I've
> managed to chop the directories down so that I'm running into about 60
> separate indexes, but there have been occasions when I've run the index
> into a 2G limit. I saw emails from Sep 2003 talking about the 2G index
> limit, and I just wanted to see if any progress had been made on it?
I'd guess you're on Linux (or a UNIX System) and using a filesystem that
supports large files. If so and you're willing to live a little on the
edge then checkout CVS HEAD and try defining _LARGEFILE_SOURCE and
_FILE_OFFSET_BIT=64 when building (e.g. add to DEFS variable in src/
Makefile). It hasn't been tested much at all. And the 64-bit index
format is obviously incompatible with the 32-bit index format.
ICQ - 412039
Received on Wed Jul 14 13:13:01 2004