[Monetdb-developers] Crash leaves me unable to start mserver
Stefan.Manegold at cwi.nl
Mon Oct 9 11:14:53 CEST 2006
thanks for being interested in and using MonetDB.
To be able to analize your problem, we'd require some more detailed
information from you:
- Which version of MonetDB / MonetDB/SQL are you using?
Did you install a binayr distribution or compile from source?
- Which operating system are you running MonetDB/SQL on?
- How much physical (RAM) and virtual (swap) memory does your machine have?
- How much free space is on your disk (in particular the partition/"drive"
where MonetDB's "dbfarm" is stored, both before loading and after loading
(i.e., after the crash)?
- Can you specify "several" million records a bit more?
Is it 1-9 million or rather 90-99 million?
How wide are your records? How do(es) your table(s) look like?
- How do you load via odbc, in bulk (e.g., copy into) or row-by-row
- Is there any error message when the server crashes?
- Is there any error message when restaring the server fails after the JDBC
On Mon, Oct 09, 2006 at 12:37:26AM -0400, Joseph.Baird at cox.com wrote:
> After loading several million records via odbc, the server is suddenly
> unresponsive but can be restarted. When using jdbc, the server crashes,
> again after several million records, but cannot be restarted.
> Performance and usability are impressive with a million records or so
> but I cannot seem to load more than that without consistent problems.
> Is there any way to make the server - and ideally the database - usable
> Thank you in advance,
> Joe Baird
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