dcb_oz
Despite the subject line I'm not bragging. Since yesterday my brain.h2.db file has grown from 1.39GB to 41.37GB. I picked up the difference because Time Machine backups on the Mac were suddenly much larger.

Apart from the usual use, the only unusual thing I did yesterday afternoon was select 80 thoughts and delete them.

Any ideas? This is not a sustainable file size.

Running 7.0.1.3-b on Mac OS X Lion

Regards,

David
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dcb_oz
With no idea what caused this, and an unworkable system, I have reverted to a backup. Hopefully it won't grow the same way.
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mcaton
David,

Thank you for posting.  We'll try and replicate this scenario here.  Any chance you saved the Output.log file before you rolled back?

Thanks,
Matt
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dcb_oz
Attached is the output log from the TheBrain.app which was backed up at the same time as the massive file.
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dcb_oz
I've managed to reproduce this error. Two nights ago I ran a report searching for Orphan thoughts. Hours later I killed The Brain as it had "apparently" locked up. I just ran the same report then and watched the brain.h2.db file start to grow.

Checked the log file and the last thing in it was a large SQL statement (presumably the Orphan report). Stupidly I started The Brain which reset it! 

In my view, its the Orphan report which is the culprit.
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mcaton
Thank you for the additional feedback and the output.log file.  We'll continue our testing.

Thank you,
Matt
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dcb_oz
I've just retested this to the same result. A file starting at 107mb, growing to 1.15gb over the space of < 10 minutes with no sign of abating.
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Spacenexus

I hope this gets addressed soon. I have prob hundreds of orphan or disconnected orphan urls from the early v7 bug that failed to attach urls to thoughts. I have a feeling these are possibly interrelated.

 

Jim

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