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Exeption
March 24, 2010 11:03PM
Had me an error this mornin sometime

Build #: 31003090320
File: ,\mainproc.ccp
Line: 780
Type: class sqlite3x::database_error
Message: Database or disks full.

Rar contains log and config.
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open | download - PeerBlock.rar (3.2 KB)
Re: Exeption
March 24, 2010 11:06PM
Heya Snarby.

This often means that your database has become too large or your harddrive is getting full. It is most likely that your database has grown too large. Delete "history.db" in your PeerBlock folder to solve this issue. I recommend you to configure the settings to control the growth of history.db size.
Anonymous User
Re: Exeption
March 24, 2010 11:11PM
Yeah, just spotted that the history.db was at the 1gb mark. Still shed loads of room on the HD but shall drop the hist to about 1/4 what it is.

Cheers.
Re: Exeption
April 06, 2010 08:46AM
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There are a couple of options you can use to help control the growth of your history.db file as Tippy recommended, instead of just paring back the number of lists you're using.  First of all, you can (and probably should) set it to Delete or Archive & Delete this file every X days.  If you're running our Beta Release, there will also be an option in the Settings to let you limit the max size of history.db - once the file grows to this size PeerBlock will then run through your configured Delete / Archive & Delete settings and pare back history.db.

We've changed the defaults for some of these fields on new installs, but haven't updated the config of previously-installed versions yet.  The next Beta Release will update your default settings if you're still running with the old defaults ("Do Nothing", unlimited Max Size -> Delete every 7 days, Max Size: 100 MB ) to hopefully prevent these sorts of problems from occurring.

Sorry for having not better set up those defaults earlier,

        ---  Mark  ---




Lead developer of PeerBlock



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 04/06/2010 08:47AM by MarkSide.
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