Re: [AQ_NFS] Updating AQ with ordinances from nFS
If you notice certain things happening, such as the children showing as
synced on some screens but not others, I would like you to send me a
note immediately (to gfindlay@..., not on this list), and
backup your database and attach it. If I could look at these items in a
timely fashion, we can determine whether there is a problem with AQ that
needs to be fixed, or whether something else is going on.
Scott Scheibe wrote:
> At 09:35 AM 9/25/2009, Gaylon Findlay wrote:
> As near as I can tell it usually happens when I have either
> reviewed and updated a lot of records or added several new
> people. Often it won't let you proceed until running check and
> repair. I've also noticed if I do a lot of work for a couple of
> hours AQ becomes unstable. Occasion I find a NFS record that when I
> try to sync with it will cause AQ to crash, usually I can go back in
> a day or so and then access it. The more people that have been
> merged the longer it takes to load it and the more likely AQ will
> crash or freeze up, or NFS after a very long time will time out. It
> is so bad that I can't sync any of my ancestry in the original
> colonies and most families prior to 1800 are risky as they have 100+
> people merged in most cases.
> I need to find my notes, there is a particular family I was
> having trouble with where if you look at the parents it shows all the
> children are synced but if you go to some of the children in they
> aren't shown linked to their parents although they were previously
> with no problem. This was found on reviewing records. Attempting to
> get them linked to their parents eventually caused AQ to crash twice
> and I gave up and haven't gone back to it since. I've had other
> things keeping me busy.
>> No. The "short text" errors have to do with information AQ stores about
>> NFS for future use. As far as we can tell, when these errors happen,
>> they don't cause any real problem in the database. We keep hoping that
>> either our staff or a user will eventually find a pattern to what causes
>> these so we can get them fixed, but in the meantime they seem harmless.
>> Scott Scheibe wrote:
>>> At 04:26 PM 9/21/2009, Paul, Incline Support wrote:
>>> Does this have anything to do with why I occasionally get dire
>>> messages about short text errors?
> Scott Scheibe
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