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ObjectDB size not reducing

file. support Support Thanks. So even though the DB is not corrupt I will run it like I'm repairing

Using the wrong class to access a database

; it now reports zero entries -> db is corrupted If it is an error to use the wrong class to access the db

doctor error message after database getting page errors

-------------------- [1] Free page list is broken Here is a link for the corrupt database: https://www

Unexpected exception (Error 990) on find

that was fixed now in version 2.7.1. The new version fixes a critical bug that in some cases (rare but possible) may cause database corruption. support Support

ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException: -1

. Therefore it could corrupt the database, as demonstrated by your test. Consequently many types of unexpected exceptions

java.lang.NullPointerException during access a field, only if the classes enhanced

fixes a critical bug that in some cases (rare but possible) may cause database corruption

Explorer bug ? Objects seem to be missing from database in Class view, but are present as references

objectdb-2.2.5_08 NetbeansID6.9.1+Glassfish3.01 I suspect the following is an Explorer bug. It is marked knowingly as CRITICAL by me because it makes the ObjectDB system unusable for a real project because it appears to be either database integrity corruption, or it just looks like

Server out of memory exceptions

for 10mins. Is it possible something could be corrupted during the restart? Is some state held

log entry and massive performance issues

that the database is somehow corrupt (we did the last repair last ween with 2.7.4_02 Doctor)? In addition

ObjectDB 2.7.1

Fixed a critical bug that may cause database corruption (issue #1977). Improved error messages on entity operation exceptions. Fixed a NullPointerException on cascading persist throw an unloaded collection (issue #2049). Fixed the location of a temporary file for index update (issue #2050). Fixed

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