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Vacuum - Reclaiming Unused Space In Odb

to reclaim it. You may be able to get a vacuum effect by running the Doctor in repair mode. The new ... when the database is open. support Support Thank you for this information. We have executed the doctor ... . Neither execution of Doctor found any errors. Original File Size Post Doctor File Size Outcome 17,281,068 14,038,528
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alter table

the Object Doctor (see also this feature request). support Support Thanks for the comments of "add ... this command? > java -cp objectdb.jar com.objectdb.Doctor old.odb new.odb" Thanks, It is better ... and rebuild the database using the Object Doctor I'm not sure after index changing, how the command know
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Page #9 entry 0 (key 'bjjl') has 75 extra bytes / Unexpected last index ID: -119 (expected -116)

Please check the attached database file. When running the Doctor, I get Global Value Errors ... bytes Both errors are not fixable. When creating a new db file with the Doctor, this file yields ... Lorenz This seems to be the same problem as of issue #796. It may be possible to improve the Doctor in
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Unexpected exception (Error 990) on find

the database file using the ObjectDB Doctor and report errors. support Support The keys are also Strings ... Stefan Mair Hi, the ObjectDB Doctor says: ObjectDB Doctor [version 2.4.7_16] Copyright (c) 2013 ... , will you get these Doctor errors again? Could you try running the Doctor on a database that you create
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Unexpected Exception (Error 990) with ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException

with no exception? Could you check the database with the Doctor and report the results? support Support ... had the exact same errors on that system. What do you mean by checking it with the doctor? Best ... the output of the ObjectDB Doctor, although it is possible that the Doctor will also throw
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[ObjectDB 2.6.9] Unexpected exception (Error 990)

Thank you for this report. Could you please check the database file with the ObjectDB Doctor ... database or a database that has no errors in the Doctor check). support Support In DEV after the Doctor ... .. version 2.5.6_05 - size of data 100GB I am running a Doctor in prod (in a backup file, It takes long
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References to objects of missing obsolete entity classes

for a database, so if possible, is is recommended to try fixing the database by running the Doctor. A possible ... the database by running the Doctor. Running DBDoctor from 2.8.1 shows no issues: ObjectDB Doctor ... enhanced. [2021-03-31 15:19:55 #2 tool.doctor] com.objectdb.o.UserException: Failed to locate
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NullPointerException using with "refresh" method

, for faster operation) you may want to try sync="true". Check the database in the Doctor, if it is already corrupted then first fix it using the Doctor. support Support Can data in ObjectDB be lost in case ... above, please check the database with the ObjectDB Doctor to see if the database is corrupted. support
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Error on commit

Brian Please use the ObjectDB Doctor to check the database and post the report. support Support ... .objectdb.Doctor.main(Doctor.java:22) [2012-04-20 13:29:50 #104 type.loader] java.lang ... .Doctor.main(Doctor.java:22) [2012-04-20 13:29:50 #105 type.loader] Building a synthetic Class
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combined index not used

using the Doctor any databases on which this query was run to avoid further issues. Then run ... whether or not the new build runs queries faster now. support Support done Doctor repair now ... previously (without loosing data) - it would be better. support Support we did run the Doctor

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