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From Michael McCandless <luc...@mikemccandless.com>
Subject Re: read past EOF
Date Fri, 08 Sep 2006 11:58:24 GMT
Bhavin Pandya wrote:

>> It sounds like you're working with the index correctly, so I don't 
>> have any other ideas on why you're getting CFS files that are 
>> truncated.  I would wory about the "cp" step filling up disk, but if 
>> you're nowhere near filling up disk that's not the root cause here.
>>
> 
> I have found the cause of this problem... You were right .....
> Its because at perticular point of time my hard disk got full so It 
> currupted index at that time but after that because of some batch 
> process disk becomes empty enough so I was not able to find continuous 
> exception like "no space left"...but when i gone through all the log i 
> tracked it sucessfully.

Phew!  Glad to hear you got down to the root cause and that in fact that 
root cause was "outside" of Lucene :)

Mike

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