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Server connection management

The server does not appear to release broken connections. My typical development pattern is to keep reloading my war file in tomcat until the permgen space runs out, and then I kill and restart tomcat. After a few days of this, the server stops responding, and I see the following in the server logs
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Significant I/O costs during batch update or insert data.

Our application has some complex entities. We do batch update(merge detached entity) every 2 minutes. We find the period significant IO costs these days, and disappeared when turn off the batch updating. 1.ObjectDB is in embedded mode. 2.ObjectDB version is 2.3.7 3.Database file size is nearly
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Source not found error after downloading ObjectDB 2.3.7_04

to complete assg in 2 days You have to provide more details. What kind of error is it? Compilation? Debugging
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Speeding up reporting queries with size() on list

version works great (2sec queries now run in about 90ms). I will do some more testing in next few days. lwalkowski
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Too many persistable types (>10) - exceeds evaluation limit

should be discussed in a new thread. A 30 days evaluation licence (removing evaluation limits
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Updating Entities

constructing this top level class will take many hours/days to do given my inexperience and the scope
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user defined backup target

) one database-file backup per day and the size may be in between 100 MB to 1GB (without documents
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using DbUnit with ObjectDb

(hopefully in days), which later can be extended to more flexible XML formats. OK, so we probably can't
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Vacuum - Reclaiming Unused Space In Odb

I was curious if you could assist me with a challenge we are having with our objectdb database.  Our odb files are about 50Gb in size and are written to about a million times a day with both adds and updates.  This is creating a lot of unused space in the database that we are wanting to reclaim
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Wrong @Id type

its id type, although it was created 10 days ago, and was working fine since then. In 2.4.6 version