tot dumps core

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at
Fri Jul 14 13:54:33 CEST 2006

In message <ujrzmfcsel6.fsf at>, Dag-Erling =?iso-8859-1?Q?Sm=F8rgra
v?= writes:

>des at dma ~varnish/varnish-cache% cat
>base=3D$(dirname $(realpath $0))
>exec $base/bin/varnishd/varnishd \
>        -b localhost:80 \
>        -p 8080 \
>        -s file,${base}/storage \
>        -w 1

Works for me...

Can you try to run it from the build directory ?  I'm sceptical
about all the weird magic that the varnishd "cheat" script does.

>I thought the storage file looks weird:
>des at dma ~varnish/varnish-cache% ll storage
>-rw-------  1 des  des  34365272064 Jul 14 10:01 storage
>des at dma ~varnish/varnish-cache% du -k storage
>48      storage

It's a sparse file.  I think we generally allocate sequentially
(it's certainly the intent that we should do) so we shouldn't
need to preallocate it.

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