Hello Tamino people,
I need to load large chunks of XML text using
the mass loader
inoxmld'. As others have noticed<BR>(and as the documentation states) you need ample<BR>temporary working space to load large XML files.<BR><BR>The default of 7.0 MB is way too small for my<BR>needs. <BR><BR>I did not, however, manage to find out how to increase the temporary working space size. Neither argbatch’ nor the web-based Tamino manager seem
to offer such an option.
I must be missing something obvious and I am
more than grateful for any insight or clue
yo can provide.
Thanks and best wishes,
| Dr. Torsten Grust Torsten.Grust@uni-konstanz.de |
| http://www.fmi.uni-konstanz.de/~grust/ |
| Database Research Group, University of Konstanz(Lake Constance/Germany) |
Hello Tamino people,
the temp work location is not a (container-)file for which you can increas the size, but is merely a referene to a directory on your server. thus, to increase space there, either make space on the respective drive, or change the location to a space on your hard disk, that has more space available.
|the temp work location is not a (container-)file
|for which you can increas the size, but is merely
|a referene to a directory on your server. thus,
|to increase space there, either make space on
|therespective drive, or change the location to
|a space on your hard disk, that has more space
Andreas, thanks a lot for your reply.
My problem must be something else then, because
(1) the location holding the temporary working
space of the database has 3.5 GB available
disk space, and
(2) I get the same COMMIT failures when trying to
load documents of approx. 10kB size.
The precise error message I get from inoxmld is
INOXYE9286 (internal database error, COMMIT failed).
How to proceed from here? The rest of the Tamino
setup seems to work OK (database creation,
and document loading of documents of moderate
size via the Java interface works just fine). This is a real show stopper for us…
I appreciate any pointer and help!
Thanks and all the best,
to make this more effective, some details about
our local setup:
– Tamino 22.214.171.124
– Linux IA32
– ext2 file system (3.5 GB available)
– 2 GB RAM