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> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Bill Moseley
> Sent: Tuesday, April 27, 2004 2:06 PM
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> Subject: [SWISH-E] Re: wondering why?
> On Tue, Apr 27, 2004 at 08:56:51AM -0700, Weir James K Contr
> ASC/ENOI wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > I am running the search on a windows 2000 server sp4 with
> dual 933 MHZ
> > processors with 3GB Ram I wonder why I would be getting this
> > Warning: Failed to uncompress Property. zlib uncompress
> returned: -5.
> > uncompressed size: 14899107 buf_len: 1243796
> Are you using the same exact program for both indexing and
> searching? I ask because it looks like a data offset error.
> Another possibility is that you copied the index file but are
> using the wrong associated .prop file. Did you copy or move
> the index by chance?
I move the index file and .prop to another folder after I index it.
Just incase I need to use the search while indexing.. Ie a Temp folder, is
This not a good idea;that is moving the files?
> You posted about this in early March. Bill Schell found an
> off-by-one error that was causing problems, but I'm not sure
> if that's related to your issue as I think that was only when
> not using HTML2|XML2|TXT2 parser (i.e. using the old system
> where the entire file is read into memory). You are using
> HTML* which will use libxml2.
I am only indexing TXT files, should I use some other parser for that?
> A -5 zlib error is a buffer error, and as you can see there's
> a problem in the buffer sizes.
> When swish-e goes to read a property the first few bytes of
> the property give the compressed size, and the next few bytes
> give the bytes saved by compressing (so the sum is the
> uncompressed length). The data of the property then follow.
> Swish-e then creates a buffer and reads the compressed data
> from disk into that buffer. In this case the compressed data
> is 1,243,796 bytes and the uncompressed length is 14,899,107.
> I doubt zlib is that good at compression, and I also doubt
> that you really have a 14MB property you are trying to save.
I have .prop file that is 976,212 KB, yes this is the size of the file
> Since I don't believe those numbers the index is either
> corrupt or the program is just reading the wrong place in the
> .prop file.
> Bill Moseley
Received on Wed Apr 28 08:42:03 2004