1 Reply Latest reply on Nov 28, 2012 5:07 PM by davidanders

    Reasons For a Corrupt Temporary File

    MatthewC

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      Reasons For a Corrupt Temporary File

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           My website database has crashed because of a Corrupt temporary file around every four months.  The main reason I have found online is running out of disk space but we just bumped up our disk space to the point where that should not be an issue.  Any ideas on what could be messing with our database so we can prevent another temporary file from crashing our system?

        • 1. Re: Reasons For a Corrupt Temporary File
          davidanders

               Your website database - is it a Filemaker Database OR SQL database OR ???
                                                            is it hosted on your local computer OR a hosting service (sharing a server) OR co-located (dedicated server)?
                                                            crashed how?  Apache error message OR just shutdown database OR shutdown server?
               Reasons you found online - do you have links to the information?

               The answers to the above will determine the next questions.
               IF hosted by a service, what do their techs say?

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