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Thread: Getting an IOException while creating a Xtable

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    Default Getting an IOException while creating a Xtable

    Hi,

    I am using StSdb version 3.5.11.0

    I have a db file saved with some tables in it. When I load it again & try to create some tables,

    I am getting an IO exception saying: There is not enough space on the disk.
    Or sometimes
    IO operation will not work. Most likely the file will become too long or the handle was not opened to support synchronous IO operations.

    at: Engine.Scheme.OpenXTable<UInt32, UInt32>(mylocator)

    this happens only for specific tables.

    I checked the disk space, it is sufficient. The db file size is around ~17 MB
    The scheme already has 115 tables.

    Does someone know what could be the possible cause of this?


    Thanks

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    What exactly is the exception string?

    Meanwhile:
    - try to upgrade to 3.5.12
    - try to compact the database.

    It will be helpful if you can reproduce the problem with a new database file. (This can be a possible bug in 3.5.)

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    Hi,

    I tried using 3.5.12 but faced same problem.
    I think the particular file I am working with has the issue.
    I am able to read all tables in this file except one table. It throws: InvalidOperationException("Count > 0") and after that the I/O exceptions come up.

    I wanted to know what is the meaning of this exception?
    Also is there a way to recover/restore this table( it's kinda important to me) and continue working with the file?

    Meanwhile I'll try to figure out how I got it in this state in first place.

    Thanks
    Last edited by rkale; 25.10.2013 at 11:41.

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