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From tom_ <tom12...@web.de>
Subject Re: Failed to start database
Date Thu, 10 Jan 2008 16:25:27 GMT

I have a question, if a program tries to access a database that is already
opened by another one, how should the program proceed, should it just stop
the trial without trying a shutdown of the database or try a shutdown? If it
would try a shutdown could this affect the state of the database? 

oysteing wrote:
> tom_ wrote:
>> Without having a crash or something like that before, when trying to
>> reopen
>> the database the error message is "Failed to start database". Is there a
>> possibility to start the database again?
> Just one more comment here:  Make sure to explicitly shut down your 
> database before exiting your application?  If it is shut down properly, 
> the database should not go into recovery at start-up.  (I guess this 
> will not solve your problem since your database will still be vulnerable 
> to crashes until this bug is fixed, but normal startup will be quicker 
> if you avoid recovery)
> -- 
> Øystein

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