olaf: mb unknown command "vacuum"
There is a cronjob on olaf that continues to fail:
mirrorbrain@olaf withlock -q $WITHLOCK_DIR/LOCK-vacuum /usr/bin/mb -b $MB_INSTANCE vacuum
mb: unknown command: 'vacuum' Try 'mb help' for info.
#3 Updated by darix almost 3 years ago
mb db --help db: perform database maintenance, or start a shell This command needs to be called with one of the following actions: vacuum Clean up unreferenced files from the mirror database. This should be done once a week for a busy file tree. Otherwise it should be rarely needed, but can possibly improve performance if it is able to shrink the database. When called with the -n option, only the number of files to be cleaned up is printed. This is purely for information. sizes Print the size of each database relation. This can provide insight for the most appropriate database tuning. shell Conveniently open a database shell. usage: mb db vacuum [-q] [-n] mb db sizes mb db shell Options: -h, --help show this help message and exit -q, --quiet Produce less output. Can be given multiple times. -n, --dry-run don't delete, but only show statistics.
and it seems it has been like this for a while.
#4 Updated by pjessen almost 3 years ago
Wrt to the 'vacuum' issue, it looks like the syntax was changed ? "mb db vacuum" instead of "mb vacuum" ?
#5 Updated by pjessen almost 3 years ago
#6 Updated by lrupp about 1 year ago
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