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impossible to drop a table with 50 million objects

. Alternatively you may try using the undocumented setting of temporary page file, which increases the maximum
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Connecting to a remote objectdb server

files. Which I believe are temporary db files. joesms Joerg Weishaupt Please try the following: Download
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Pessimestic Locking doesn't release when application unexpectedly terminates.

is broken ... in case there's a very temporary break, could the lock be released say 5 or 10 seconds
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ObjectDB 2.8.7_08

Attempt to solve temporary files locking issues on Linux.
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ObjectDB 2.6.5

entity in the same transaction. Fixed temporary file management for very large transactions (feature
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ArrayIndexOutOfBoundException

successive find attempts. This may serve as a temporary workaround if it works. It may also indicate
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ObjectDB 2.8.8

an enum optimization regression (issue #2794). Fixed a temporary files locking issue on Linux (issue #2794).
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ObjectDB 2.6.1

Added an option to disable temporary file deletion. Added support of using entity classes with missing dependent types. Added support of composite indexes with components of different lengths. Fixed a bug in reflection mode in detecting changes after flush (issue #1602). Fixed
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Querying error - java.lang.ClassCastException: com.objectdb.o.STV

about the problem. If you can post the generated output it might help. In addition, a temporary
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queries under 2.7.6_4 significantly slower than under 2.7.6

in version 2.7.6_01, as a temporary solution, if you think it would be useful (although that change

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