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Failed to write to ObjectDB log file

I get an Error message: Failed to create a new file 'file:C:\Programme\Cytoscape_v2.8.3\plugins\log\odb20130502.log my program is a Cytoscape plugin. marcins Marcin ObjectDB has no permission to create a log file at the default path. Possible solutions: Change the location of the log files

$temp property not evaluated properly when used in log path

I have the following lines in my objectdb.conf file: <log path="$temp/ObjectDB/log/" max="8mb" stdout="false" stderr="false" /> <log-archive path="$temp/ObjectDB/log/archive/" retain="90" /> I ... "$temp" in the same directory as my execution script. Shouldn't this be logging to the system temp

Undeployment of an remote Glassfish application locks objectdb log file

forget to set an admin password on the Glassfish server and enable "secure admin". Now, log in remotely ... " error message. Because the "odbxxxxxx.log" file is in use by an java process. If I restart Glassfish, I ... a log file in an external directory (not in the web application under Glassfish)? support Support I

Is redirecting the log file possible

). This directory is protected by the O/S and therefore objectdb has problem creating its log file. Relaxing ... the EntityManagerFactory (or is it the EntityManager?) where to store the log-file somewhere more convenient? Knut Hansson Knut Hansson Yes, you can configure the log path. support Support That did it - many thanks! Knut Hansson Knut Hansson

Failed to create a new file 'target\objectdb\log\archive' (error 112)

\objectdb". The folder "target\objectdb\log" does not exist yet. Do we have to create ... to create a new file 'target\objectdb\log\archive' (error 112) [11:47:18]: [com.rbccm.felix ... Calculation Services You may try the new build, 2.5.1_03, which should create the log directory

ClassNotFoundException messages in the log file

In the ObjectDB log file, I still see one ClassNotFoundException. Is this to be expected, or do I have another issue I need to correct? [2017-11-03 13:52:01 #18 type.loader] java.lang ... when logging is enabled at DEBUG level. You can reduce the logging level of "type.loader" to WARNING

ClassNotFoundException Stack Traces in the Log File

If I turn the log level in objectdb.conf to debug I get a lot of ClassNotFoundException's (see example below). My question is, is there a way to avoid these exceptions? [2013-02-05 10:52:30 #399 ... It is the normal behavior when using debug level logging globally. But you can decrease logging level

message: RetrievalTask in log

the log: ... [2019-03-01 11:53:40 #5 store] RetrievalTask.reportPrimaryResult0: page#27184134, reader.getPos() = 816 ... what does that mean, what to do ? hgzwicker Hans-Georg Zwicker This logging information is written in addition to throwing an exception. Do you see that exception in the log? Maybe

Deleting archive log folder causes exception

Hello, we have observed strange behaviour when we delete odb archive log directory. We are running long term tests and during it we are deleting all logs that are not needed keeping the system running. When the "archive/" folder, where odb logs are archived, is deleted, the exceptions occur

log entry and massive performance issues

) - we have this log entry in our log: ... RetrievalTask.reportPrimaryResult0: page#13887921, reader.getPos() = 1229 ... of such an exception in the log? Did you get that log error once or is it repeating? Does it happen when the slow

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