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RE: Reference to non-existent node error

From: Paul Welter <pwelter_at_loresoft.com>
Date: 2004-04-30 00:28:13 CEST

> OK, thanks for the repository files, I've inspected them, and I'm
> that repository is very very messed up.
> Four of the database tables contain corrupt data. Oddly, some of the
> database tables contain corrupt data which looks like data from a
> different
> table! It is certain this corruption did not originate just because of
> reboot.
> Is the repository on a network drive (bad!) or a local disc?
> Did anything happen which might have damaged the repository in the
> Max.

System Information:
Windows 2003 Server with multiple IP addresses. Apache is setup to
listen on IIS Listens on I'm also
running Apache with SSL configured. All client access to the repository
is through Apache, most over SSL. The repository is not on a network

After looking though the log files, the first error happen right after a
reboot of the server. The repository ran fine for months before hand.
I can't see anything specific that would have caused the corruption.


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