Last Updated: 30/Aug/2018
All models of Dr. sum Ver. 5.0 (Build=5.0.00.0000 ~ 5.0.00.0032)
If you perform either of followings to an table referred by sub query included in INSERT clause (INSERT INTO <table_name> SELECT...) while it's running, data on the shared memory may be corrupted. In addition, permanent file where the broken data is updated can be broken as well.
- Issuing INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, or TRUNCATE clause
- Importing (in all modes)
- Reconstructing a table (both fast rebuild and full-rebuild)
When the shared memory or permanent file accesses the broken table, either of following issues occurs:
- Error message "0x9000F500: Address violation occurred at DB Managerr" occurs.
Error log contains either of following strings:
- illegal header
- illegal nodeid
- Process "DWPYLW_xxxx.exe" is failed unexpectedly.
Do not run INSERT clause containing a sub query until we release a patch to address the issue. We will announce on this page once the patch is ready to be released.
- Reboot a machine where Dr. Sum Server is installed.
- Recover the table as follows:
- Import all records in broken file after running TRUNCATE.
- Re-import all records in the table after turning on Delete rows in table before import.
If there're still some tables remain broken, you need to delete (DROP) them and create them again. You need to re-assign permission once you created the table.