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QuickFinder Indexing.


Following on from dkerbaugh 's interesting thread on Indexing. We are having trouble here and i've found the TID 7012997 on how to rebuild a users quickfinder index.

I ran it on an index which is causing a problem.

It came up with errors
09:43:51 EBDF Error: Memory Allocation error [F03E] in Squeeze.QFSqzIndex.2 ()
09:43:51 EBDF The database function 87 reported error [F03E] on user***.db
09:43:51 EBDF Error updating QuickFinder indexes: [F03E]
09:43:51 EBDF Updating QuickFinder index: user***.db (371117) Checking user = *** (*** / 48) 100155392 bytes, 09/20/17 10:08 (***)

Results of the GWCHECK post the rebuild of the index.

- Current time 10:09:20 am
STRUCTURAL VERIFICATION of database /media/nss/GWISE/lghpo/ofuser/user***.db
Verifying data
- Database is structurally consistent
Reducing database /media/nss/GWISE/lghpo/ofuser/user***.db
- no storage reclaimed.
Quickfinder: Pending jobs = 371148 Files = 5766fed3.idx,

Is the fact i've got the errors above and the GWcheck after it had finished seemed to show no real difference mean i should delete the indexes and then re-create them by running I presume through the TID Again doing the same unlimited thing. If I do this, is it literally the 5766fed3.idx and the files I delete?

Thanks in advance for any help.
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Indeed those are the two files you would delete. (Files = 5766fed3.idx,

Laura Buckley

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