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From Alvaro Coronel <alvarocorone...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: idbroker generates existing ID's
Date Thu, 15 Nov 2007 18:46:19 GMT
What types are you using? 
are you sure you are not hitting a maximum somewhere? Short.MAXIMUM is only 32767

"Hidde Boonstra [Us Media]" <hidde.boonstra@usmedia.nl> wrote: Hi will,

thanks for your response.

No, I don't. I have thought about the possibility of transactions (or 
the lack of transactions) causing the problem, but since it also occurs 
with Postgres I thought I could rule it out. The weird thing is that the 
id_table states (for example) a next id of 180000 and a quantity of 
1400, but the exception states it trying to insert an entry with id 
24000. It does increment with each call (although I haven't tried 1400 
calls). I have never had this problem with earlier version (i.e. pre 3.3 
releases of Torque) and similar usage patterns.

Will Glass-Husain wrote:
> Are you having multiple servers or multiple applications access the
> database?   This can cause problems in the absence of transactions.
> On Nov 15, 2007 5:40 AM, Hidde Boonstra [Us Media] <
> hidde.boonstra@usmedia.nl> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> we're experiencing some weird trouble while using the IDBroker. Two of
>> our sites (one running on MySQL 5.x + Torque 3.3-RC1 and one running on
>> Postgres 8.x + Torque 3.3-RC2) start throwing duplicate key exceptions
>> after running (without problems) for a while. The IDs generated are much
>> lower than the next_id entry in the id_table. When I restart the
>> application the problem is gone, but after a while (days/weeks) it
>> returns. Does anybody know what is going on, or has experienced similar
>> problems?
>> Thanks in advanced,
>> with kind regards,

Hidde Boonstra
Us Media B.V.
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1073 AX Amsterdam

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