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From Sunitha Kambhampati <ksunitha...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Deadlocks
Date Tue, 12 Jul 2005 00:33:13 GMT
Derby has debug flags that prints out the lock table information to 
derby.log, and this can help debug lock timeout/deadlock errors.  The 
following faq entry talks about how to enable these flags.  

Hope this helps, but please do post if you have any other questions.


John English wrote:

> During development, I am sometimes doing stupid things that result
> in lockups (embedded server, btw). When I find and fix the bugs, the
> lockups generally go away... but is there an easier way to find out what
> & where a deadlock was caused by, who/where locked the table concerned,
> and so on, just to help me debug faster? It's pretty painful just getting
> a timeout saying "the table was locked" and then thinking, yeah, I've
> done something stupid again, I wonder what it was this time...
> Cheers,
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