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  1. Hi, Did you clone VoltDB from our github repo,...

    Hi,

    Did you clone VoltDB from our github repo, or did you install from one of our kits or packages? If you cloned from github the instructions for building are at...
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    Zoha, My colleague, Stefano, has answered how...

    Zoha,

    My colleague, Stefano, has answered how to hook up Storm, but I'm curious about why you want to do this? Can you just do the stream processing in VoltDB itself and get rid of one (or more)...
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    It looks like the JDBC driver is getting confused...

    It looks like the JDBC driver is getting confused by the space after the parenthesis.

    Try them again without the space before the SELECT:
    SELECT * FROM (SELECT * FROM CONTESTANTS C1) Table_alias;...
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    What version of VoltDB are you using?

    What version of VoltDB are you using?
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    By 'download', to you mean from our download...

    By 'download', to you mean from our download page? If so, then you will not be able to run tests. If you mean that you checked it our from github, then you will need to build it before running any...
  6. It is meant to be the regular single-quote. I...

    It is meant to be the regular single-quote. I will get the release notes updated. Thanks for letting us know.

    Ruth
  7. Answering in reverse order: If a VoltDB...

    Answering in reverse order:

    If a VoltDB process exhausts memory, then Linux generally steps in and starts killing processes ( these days I like to think of it as the OOM Fairy). If this happens...
  8. By the way, if you end up needing more...

    By the way, if you end up needing more complicated transforms in the future, you can write a stored procedure and call csvloader with the '-p procname' switch. The only downside, is that calling a...
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    Sorry - I read right past your title and answered...

    Sorry - I read right past your title and answered the wrong question. See the github wiki pages for instructions on how to build from source: https://github.com/VoltDB/voltdb/wiki/Building-VoltDB
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    Click on 'Try it Now' at the top of any page of...

    Click on 'Try it Now' at the top of any page of voltdb.com. It will take you to http://voltdb.com/download/software. The client jar is included in the package. If you want to use another client...
  11. Hi Franz, What is the output of gcc -v? Ruth

    Hi Franz,

    What is the output of gcc -v?

    Ruth
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    Hi, What is the version of javac? If it is...

    Hi,
    What is the version of javac? If it is 1.6... you will need to install the full jdk and configure javac to default to 1.7.

    Ruth
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    Yes, it is in the downloadable kit at...

    Yes, it is in the downloadable kit at examples/windowing. You can also get it from our repository at https://github.com/VoltDB/voltdb/tree/master/examples/windowing.

    Ruth
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    VoltDB sounds like a good fit for a workload that...

    VoltDB sounds like a good fit for a workload that is 99+% single partition.

    We added a default procedure for UPSERT in V4.4 (see the Default Procedures section ). If you haven't gotten a new...
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    These steps are correct.

    These steps are correct.
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    Hi, The shutdown command is a global action...

    Hi,
    The shutdown command is a global action that will stop the entire database. 'voltadmin -h' says: voltadmin shutdown - Shut down the running VoltDB cluster. To stop 1 node you must ctrl-c or...
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    We implemented this feature in V4.2. It shows up...

    We implemented this feature in V4.2. It shows up in the SystemInformation system procedure:

    $ sqlcmd
    1> exec @SystemInformation overview;

    Ruth
  18. Hi, Sorry you're having problems. Can you tell...

    Hi,
    Sorry you're having problems.
    Can you tell us what command you used to build voltdb and what command you are using to compile towns.sql?

    Thanks,
    Ruth
  19. See...

    See https://voltdb.com/docs/UsingVoltDB/installDist.php for instructions.
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    Hi, You do not have execute privileges in...

    Hi,

    You do not have execute privileges in /tmp. This is a known limitation - see #5.3 in the release notes http://voltdb.com/docs/ReleaseNotes/index.php#KnownLimitations . You can either change...
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    Here is an example of time-series view. We're...

    Here is an example of time-series view. We're working on a new sample application for time-series data, but here's the relevant DDL. The view creates 1 minute buckets based on the timestamped data....
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    Take a look at the links on...

    Take a look at the links on http://voltdb.com/community/overview.
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    In addition to the snapshots that Steve...

    In addition to the snapshots that Steve described, there are also command log truncation snapshots that happen automatically. See https://voltdb.com/docs/UsingVoltDB/ChapCmdLog.php for more...
  24. Thread: Dbt2

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    Hi, I am not aware of a port of DBT2 for...

    Hi,

    I am not aware of a port of DBT2 for VoltDB. We do have a port of tpc-c, which is similar.

    Ruth
  25. The 1st error is because your request rate for...

    The 1st error is because your request rate for adhocs is faster than the adhoc planner thread can handle them. There is a queue of 250, but once you exceed that, you'll get the "Ad Hoc Planner is not...
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