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From Peter Somers <petsom...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Couchdb crashes on Windows
Date Sat, 25 Sep 2010 21:11:13 GMT
Hi Dave,

No luck. Couchdb crashed again :-(

I really hope someone can help me on this issue...

Best regards,

Peter

crashdump excerpt:
https://docs.google.com/Doc?docid=0Ac5wgE-Tye0oZGQ2cjU1Z2tfMThkNjl3Yzdnag&hl=nl&authkey=CJfN2pQJ

couchlog excerpt:
https://docs.google.com/document/edit?id=1K_cWU4bwDSPa0UYxF8mOiAwC7-zhTHhWsigUNZHuQdM&hl=nl&authkey=CPCV9vYC




2010/9/25 Peter Somers <petsomers@gmail.com>

> Hi Dave,
>
> Good idea.
> I'll let you know as soon as the data has been loaded or when couchdb
> crashed again.
> Let's hope first the first.
>
> Thanks
> Peter
>
> 2010/9/25 Dave Cottlehuber <dave@muse.net.nz>
>
> On 26 September 2010 00:47, Peter Somers <petsomers@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Thanks Cliff,
>> >
>> > I've found it.
>> > Quota management is not enabled. In the event viewer of windows, there
>> is no
>> > message related to this.
>> > :-(
>> >
>> > It could as well be a windows / erlang limitation as Dave writes, but it
>> > can't find anything about this either.
>> >
>> > Any other suggestions are welcome
>> >
>> > Best regards,
>> > Peter
>>
>> First thing I'd try (sanity check) is to stop the couchdb service, &
>> run it from your user acct in a command prompt after setting logging
>> to debug level in local.ini & see what comes up.
>>
>> cd \program files\Apache Couchdb\bin
>> couchdb.bat
>>
>> a werl window should pop up. hopefully your PC can keep up with the
>> debug logging - my laptop can't - let it run your data load &
>> friendpaste.com the last chunk of logs. Maybe we can see something
>> more helpful.
>>
>> You might want to try getting erlang itself to see if it can create a
>> 4GB file. exercise to the reader ;-) as its 1am here now. I'll try
>> this next week - no free time tomorrow.
>>
>> cheers
>> Dave
>>
>
>

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