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Detecting ObjectDB alive

server port and that won't be possible as long as the Objectdb Server is running. Is there a way ... and holding a port) is to test it periodically, e.g. by obtaining an EntityManager, making some operation

Get list of database files

= Utilities.getServerFileSystem(                     host, port, username, password, false ... .getServerFileSystem(                     host, port, username, password, path, false); support Support

Using explorer with a live embedded db

, then connect Explorer using C/S to host port myDbFile.odb as in attached image ? awilliams Andrew ... port 10306 in the url of the embedded database? Can you try using an ordinary disk rather than a ramdisk (just as a check)? support Support

multi EntityManager with Spring Boot, but 'Too many persistable types (>10)

, and two objectdb server with different port. My JPA configuration is @Configuration ... is ok. single use of database2(6137) from app is also ok. each objectdb.conf is same without port

500Mb ObjectDb database opening issue

500Mb ObjectDb database opening issue

Open several objectdb databases the same time

section <server> <connection port="6136" max="100" /> <data path="$objectdb/db ... .format( "objectdb:%s;port=3333", aFilename ) ); m_EntityManager = m_EntityMgrFactory

How to open a running db in ObjectDB Explorer?

to your objectdb.conf file: <server>   <connection port="6136" max="0" />   <data path ... the instructions. Here is how my configuration looks like: <server> <connection port="6136" max="0

Replication error on slave restart

> <connection port="6136" max="100" /> <data path="$objectdb/db" /> </server> <users> <user username ... > <schema> </schema> <server>   <connection port="6136" max="100" />   <data path="$objectdb/db

ObjectDB can't be activated

a ssh-tunel over port 1234 to local port 6136): EntityManagerFactory emf = Persistence

Why is ObjectDb is holding onto classes that no longer exist? 

. Is there any easy way to port all the data in my database to a new one or do you recommend just leaving the problem... emilycrutcher Emily Crutcher You may just ignore it for now as porting data to a new

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