Cm error while updating java lang number
To overcome this behavior I advise you to check this The transaction log for database ‘Share Point_Config’ is full due to LOG_BACKUP that shows detailed steps to solve the issue. I always get the follwing error upon startup: 2017-01-11 .552 [ERROR] [org.apache.felix.configadmin ] - [Managed Service, id=351, bundle=220/mvn:org.openhab.binding/org.openhab.binding.knx/1.9.0-SNAPSHOT]: Unexpected problem updating configuration org.Number Format Exception: For input string: "192.168.2.20" at I have a long running process that holds open a transaction for the full duration. Because a transaction is held open for the full duration, when the transaction log fills, SQL Server cannot increase the size of the log file. I have attempted to prevent this by increasing the size of the transaction log file in the database properties, but I get the same error. The process runs for several hours so it's not easy to play trial and error. If anyone is interested, the process is an organisation import in There is plenty of disk space, we have the log in simple logging mode and have backed up the log prior to kicking off the process.-=-=-=-=- UPDATE -=-=-=-=- Thanks all for the comments so far.This is an old school approach, but if you're performing an iterative update or insert operation in SQL, something that runs for a long time, it's a good idea to periodically (programmatically) call "checkpoint".Calling "checkpoint" causes SQL to write to disk all of those memory-only changes (dirty pages, they're called) and items stored in the transaction log.
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I didn't realise this was happening previously because when the process was running overnight, it was rolling back on failure.
This time I was able to check the log file size before the rollback. Is this a one time script, or regularly occurring job?