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The object with object ID aVariableContext is corrupt. Reason: 'CorruptObj, fetch past end'

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This is a new error for me and I'm not sure whats causing it.  The stone its occurring in did reboot and was started in restore more (not sure why exactly) and restored from tranlogs after the reboot.

It occurs when a portion of a component is rendered in Seaside.  

When, using tODE and setting a #halt,  I inspect the object that is being rendered everything seems normal.  There is no continuation stored in the ObjectLog to inspect.  

What other things should I do to try to trouble shoot this?


Thanks

Paul
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Re: The object with object ID aVariableContext is corrupt. Reason: 'CorruptObj, fetch past end'

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Paul,

Which version of GemStone are you using?

Dale


On 01/30/2017 09:27 AM, PAUL DEBRUICKER via Glass wrote:

> Hi -
>
>
> This is a new error for me and I'm not sure whats causing it.  The stone its occurring in did reboot and was started in restore more (not sure why exactly) and restored from tranlogs after the reboot.
>
> It occurs when a portion of a component is rendered in Seaside.
>
> When, using tODE and setting a #halt,  I inspect the object that is being rendered everything seems normal.  There is no continuation stored in the ObjectLog to inspect.
>
> What other things should I do to try to trouble shoot this?
>
>
> Thanks
>
> Paul
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Re: The object with object ID aVariableContext is corrupt. Reason: 'CorruptObj, fetch past end'

Paul DeBruicker
Hi Dale,

Its 3.3.1


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Paul,

Which version of GemStone are you using?

Dale


On 01/30/2017 09:27 AM, PAUL DEBRUICKER via Glass wrote:
> Hi -
>
>
> This is a new error for me and I'm not sure whats causing it.  The stone its occurring in did reboot and was started in restore more (not sure why exactly) and restored from tranlogs after the reboot.
>
> It occurs when a portion of a component is rendered in Seaside.
>
> When, using tODE and setting a #halt,  I inspect the object that is being rendered everything seems normal.  There is no continuation stored in the ObjectLog to inspect.
>
> What other things should I do to try to trouble shoot this?
>
>
> Thanks
>
> Paul
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Re: The object with object ID aVariableContext is corrupt. Reason: 'CorruptObj, fetch past end'

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Paul,

This seems to be similar to the error that Mariano just hit ... do you
have any information in the Gem log when this error occurs ... In
Mariano's case the error is being hit while attempting to create a
continuation in response to a seaside error ...

Dale


On 01/30/2017 09:45 AM, Paul DeBruicker via Glass wrote:

> Hi Dale,
>
> Its 3.3.1
>
>
> Paul
>
>
>
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>> Paul,
>>
>> Which version of GemStone are you using?
>>
>> Dale
>>
>>
>> On 01/30/2017 09:27 AM, PAUL DEBRUICKER via Glass wrote:
>>> Hi -
>>>
>>>
>>> This is a new error for me and I'm not sure whats causing it.  The stone
>>> its occurring in did reboot and was started in restore more (not sure why
>>> exactly) and restored from tranlogs after the reboot.
>>>
>>> It occurs when a portion of a component is rendered in Seaside.
>>>
>>> When, using tODE and setting a #halt,  I inspect the object that is being
>>> rendered everything seems normal.  There is no continuation stored in the
>>> ObjectLog to inspect.
>>>
>>> What other things should I do to try to trouble shoot this?
>>>
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>>
>>> Paul
>>> _______________________________________________
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>> Glass@.gemtalksystems
>>> http://lists.gemtalksystems.com/mailman/listinfo/glass
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Re: The object with object ID aVariableContext is corrupt. Reason: 'CorruptObj, fetch past end'

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Paul, can you check if you problem gets fixed with:


Thanks

On Wed, Feb 1, 2017 at 2:44 PM, Dale Henrichs via Glass <[hidden email]> wrote:
Paul,

This seems to be similar to the error that Mariano just hit ... do you have any information in the Gem log when this error occurs ... In Mariano's case the error is being hit while attempting to create a continuation in response to a seaside error ...

Dale



On 01/30/2017 09:45 AM, Paul DeBruicker via Glass wrote:
Hi Dale,

Its 3.3.1


Paul




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Paul,

Which version of GemStone are you using?

Dale


On 01/30/2017 09:27 AM, PAUL DEBRUICKER via Glass wrote:
Hi -


This is a new error for me and I'm not sure whats causing it.  The stone
its occurring in did reboot and was started in restore more (not sure why
exactly) and restored from tranlogs after the reboot.

It occurs when a portion of a component is rendered in Seaside.

When, using tODE and setting a #halt,  I inspect the object that is being
rendered everything seems normal.  There is no continuation stored in the
ObjectLog to inspect.

What other things should I do to try to trouble shoot this?


Thanks

Paul
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