The "repair -pr" only repairs the nodes primary range: so is only usefull in day to day use. When you're recovering from a crash use it without -pr.
2012/6/4 Romain HARDOUIN <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Run "repair -pr" in your cron.
Tamar Fraenkel <email@example.com> a écrit
sur 04/06/2012 13:44:32 :
> I actually did just that with cron jobs running on different hours.
> I asked the question because I saw that when one of the logs was
> running the repair, all nodes logged some repair related entries in
> Thanks again,
> Tamar Fraenkel
> Senior Software Engineer, TOK Media
With kind regards,
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