curious message about indexing

Ed Griffiths edgrif at sanger.ac.uk
Thu May 1 04:41:46 EST 2003


Guy,

> I just upgraded to version 4.9F of ACeDB. When I try it on a very old
> version of MycDB we still have on our computer, the program starts with a
> message :
> "Do you want to index this database, this may be slow but will
> accelerate future access"
> When I work as user with write access, it goes on without error message
> and the files in the .../database directory get the date of today.
> However, the indexes seem not to be really saved, because the message
> keeps on appearing wheneven I start the program. With other databases
> present on our computer nothing of this happens. Can someone explain
> this ?

Can't really see why this is happening, I assume that you saved before quitting
?

Otherwise, all I can think is that you try dumping the database and building a
copy of it to see if it still happens. If you could try that and let me know
what happens. The index code has been very reliable but you may have found some
odd bug in it.

cheers Ed
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