Hi Scott,

In the past, things like this have usually turned out to be hardware issues.
One thing that you can try if you're running this on Linux or BSD is
compiling the kernel maybe 10 times on the same machine to see if you notice
any disk corruption or bus errors or other weirdnesses.  There haven't been
any "corruption" bugfixes to FileStorage for a long while; while that
doesn't mean it's not a software problem, it'd be good to know that the
hardware is stable.

- C

----- Original Message -----
From: "Scott Burton" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Sent: Tuesday, February 05, 2002 3:29 PM
Subject: [Zope-dev] Transaction error on Zopesite DB


> I keep getting a transaction error which renders my entire ODB unwritable
on
> Zopesite.com just about everyday. I can go in and repair it with fsrecover
> fine. It comes back up just great and I can write to the DB again. A day
> later same transaction error. I have thousands and thousands of instances
of
> multiple products in the ODB. The actual DB size is only about 200 megs. I
> am sure there could be many many reasons for this happening. I am just
> wondering where to start?
>
> Scott
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