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  1. Hi Gopal, You may be trying to use a client...

    Hi Gopal,

    You may be trying to use a client edition of Java. Depending on the Java version, the '+UseCondCardMark' option may only be available in the server edition.

    Cheers,
    Steve
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    Using Voltify to help port a MySQL schema

    Hi,

    VoltDB includes a utility (tools/voltify) to help with porting schemas from MySQL. Note that it doesn't port the data, just the schema. You can handle the data part using CSV export from MySQL...
  3. Hi, In addition to the "lsb_release -a"...

    Hi,

    In addition to the "lsb_release -a" output, the following could help narrow down the problem.

    It's possible the jnicompile target is being skipped because a file check is passing that makes...
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    Hi Sabrina, Snapshots are only taken upon user...

    Hi Sabrina,

    Snapshots are only taken upon user request, e.g. using "voltadmin save", unless you configure automatic snapshots in deployment.xml.

    ...
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    Hi Sabrina, What command are you using to...

    Hi Sabrina,

    What command are you using to restart the server?

    Since command logging is enabled the "recover" command is the one that handles replaying the previous sessions's command log into...
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    Hi Sabrina, Elastic scaling has been released...

    Hi Sabrina,

    Elastic scaling has been released since you last checked. It allows you to add nodes to a running VoltDB cluster.

    ...
  7. We do appreciate the feedback. For now voltify...

    We do appreciate the feedback.

    For now voltify intentionally avoids dealing with code-related artifacts like the ones you mentioned, because it would be very hard to translate them in a...
  8. After a little more research, it looks like the...

    After a little more research, it looks like the Debian package is defective as far as voltify goes. It seems to be missing the third_party/python libraries.

    Is it safe to assume you installed from...
  9. Hi solariane, Voltify needs to find the...

    Hi solariane,

    Voltify needs to find the third_party/python subfolder in the same folder hierarchy as itself. For example, if voltify is in /usr/share/voltdb/tools, then there should be a...
  10. Hi, After some experimentation it looks like...

    Hi,

    After some experimentation it looks like RPM building was broken by CentOS 6.4. It works fine on 5.x. The rpmbuild tool must handle paths a little differently. I added a JIRA ticket to address...
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    Hi inesd, Did you

    Hi inesd,


    Did you set up your CLASSPATH properly so that it can find the voltdb jars? See the first box here: GettingStarted/HWbuild.


    If you downloaded source, did you run an ant build to...
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    Thanks for clarifying. We're

    Thanks for clarifying. We're putting a big emphasis on fixing
    up our logging and error reporting. I'll file a ticket so that this
    particular issue gets addressed.

    Steve
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    Does that path really exist?

    Hi,

    That error message specifically occurs when the file does not exist at the specified path, e.g. ../../voltdb/license.xml in your case. It is not complaining about the contents of the license...
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    Railo+VoltDB update

    Hi,

    Just letting you know that there has been some work to make the JDBC error messages better than plain s1000. Connection problems now get their own distinct errors and messages. Generic s1000...
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    createStatement limitations

    Thanks for the additional details.
    Sorry, but for now we only support ResultSet.TYPE_SCROLL_INSENSITIVE and ResultSet.CONCUR_READ_ONLY as arguments to this version of createStatement(). Any other...
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    Hi, Would you mind trying

    Hi,
    Would you mind trying your example with straight Java and JDBC, not Groovy? It would be interesting if you get different behavior under Groovy vs. Java/JDBC.
    The next release of the JDBC...
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