bad apples in mnesia db

Dan Gudmundsson <>
Thu Dec 9 10:21:22 CET 2004



Check the code :-)

Sorry, forgot to reply..

Actually its the number bad bytes found when repairing bad data files,
this indicates that the files where not closed properly and may
contain bad/old data, it's normally ok but it's a warning so that you
won't be so suprised if the data is inconsistent.

/Dan

Henk Bijker writes:
 > Hi all, 
 > 
 > Is there anywhere I can find more information regarding the following
 > message?
 > 
 > Any idea's on how to prevent this from happening? 
 > 
 > Thanks in advance!
 > Henk.
 > 
 > 
 > 
 > ()3>
 > Mnesia('
 > acard.net'): {unpaids_bin,dcd2ets} repaired, lost 5 bad bytes
 > ()3>
 > Mnesia('
 > acard.net'): {unpaids_bin,dcd2ets} repaired, lost 348 bad bytes
 > ()3>
 > Mnesia('
 > acard.net'): {unpaids_bin,dcd2ets} repaired, lost 245 bad bytes
 > ()3>
 > 
 > 

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