[Glass] ansible, daemontools, GsDevKit_home questions - extent directory

Paul DeBruicker via Glass glass at lists.gemtalksystems.com
Mon Nov 28 10:10:49 PST 2016

Hi - 

I can just shutdown the stone and copy the extents and tranlogs where I need
them, then restart it.  So this isn't a problem for me any more.  


GLASS mailing list wrote
> Hi Dale,
> I've got some time this weekend to get the GsDevKit_daemontools project
> working (https://github.com/GsDevKit/GsDevKit_daemontools), and to also
> try to get GsDevKit_home configured with ansible
> (https://www.ansible.com).  
> The goal is to have the 3.3.1 extent on one partition, tranlogs on
> another, and daemontools making sure the stone and gems are
> running/restarted when they die.  
> I think I can get the stone.env set up properly.  When creating a stone is
> there a way to set where the extent should be created?  It looks like the 
> GsDevKitNewExtentCommandLineHandler>>#newExtent
> command doesn't use the $GEMSTONE_DATADIR environment variable.
> Thanks
> Paul
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