Re: N1MM Corrupt on Startup

John Bednar



I saw Rich’s email.


It would be good to know what caused this. Any corruption of the database cache files will likely lead to garbled database.


Do you have the database directory on a disk that briefly lost connectivity, database directory storage on the cloud, or the database directory backed up by a mirror program?  


I suspect that that with some computers going into hibernation while the program was running or abnormal program exit could cause the cache file corruption.


John, K3CT


From: [] On Behalf Of Thomas Rieff (K0YR)
Sent: Saturday, March 24, 2018 7:30 AM
Subject: [N1MMLoggerPlus] N1MM Corrupt on Startup


Last night I thought I would play a little in the WPX.
In starting N1MM, it gave multiple  error messages which look like corrupt databases.
Other than reinstalling, any options to correct?
Will my settings be saved?
This has been flawless until this point.
Thanks in advance for your comments.

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