Coda File System

Another problem setting up non SCM srv

From: Garry Glendown <>
Date: Mon, 02 Apr 2001 19:44:52 +0200
Oh, and trying to set up a more or less identical non-SCM server, I run
into some other problems ... during RVM, I use the same amounts for log
and data as I do on the SCM - which is 9M and 315M. While on the SCM,
everything works out, on my non-SCM I get this:

  --- log area: /usr5/coda.log, size 9M.
  --- data area: /usr5/, size 315M.
Proceed, and wipe out old data? [y/n] y
LOG file has been initialized!
Rdsinit will initialize data and log.
This takes a while.
rvm_initialize succeeded.
Going to initialize data file to zero, could take awhile.
?  ERROR: rds_zap_heap RVM_EINTERNAL.
Your coda server is not completely setup.  You will need
set it up by hand or fix the problems and rerun

Am I doing anything wrong, or is it coda? When I use less data size
(like, 44M or even 200M), it works ... the drive does have enough space
(though I'm using a file-based storage in contrast to a raw device on my
scm) ... what's going on here???

Tnx, -gg

Garry Glendown -
	MCSE - Minesweeper Consultant and Solitaire Expert
Received on 2001-04-02 13:46:44