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Up Topic Rybka Support & Discussion / Aquarium / Recovering corrupted trees
- - By cma6 (****) Date 2019-04-22 18:54
Years ago Dadi explained the importance of periodically using Tree/ Verify/ All IDeA projects & configurations/ Next/ Verify Selected Trees.
Then when the corrupted trees are marked in red and selected, one uses "Recover selected trees". However, In Aqr2018, this never recovers anything and one gets only "Compressing complete, 0 trees compressed."
  Before Dadi's explanation, I used to periodically uninstall and reinstall Aqr, not realizing that the issue was corrupted trees. While I don't have to uninstall/reinstall now, I still have to hunt down and delete the corrupted trees (and any reference to them), since I cannot recover them.
Parent - - By pawnslinger (****) Date 2019-04-22 20:00
Knock on wood... I am using Aq 2017 and despite crashes over the years, and many verify/recover operations... I have yet to find any corrupted trees!!

Even in the old days (before Aq 2017) when I would complain about system hangs and such, Dadi would patiently explain to me that I had a corrupted tree.  I never found such a thing.  At least not that I can recall.  Always it was a problem solved by erasing the "deep analysis" files.  I had my first crash in a long time last week, and I could not find a corrupted tree, but the problem disappeared after erasing the deep analysis files.  I had not erased them in many months, so they were quite large and several GB of my SSD were freed after the files were removed.

You know what, it never occurred to me - maybe the deep analysis stuff is on the verify list!?  I never tried to verify/recover them.
Parent - By Dadi Jonsson (Silver) Date 2019-04-22 20:07

> I have yet to find any corrupted trees!!
>....
> Always it was a problem solved by erasing the "deep analysis" files.


"deep analysis"/"infinite analysis" files are actually trees so... :lol:
Parent - - By cma6 (****) Date 2019-04-22 21:20
My DeepAnalysis folders and files are not that big--only 5 MB. So if I am onto something in terms of problems in recovering corrupted trees in Aqr2018, then hopefully Victor will look for a fix for Aqr2020.
Parent - By Dadi Jonsson (Silver) Date 2019-04-22 21:30
Aquarium 2018 and later don't touch the DeepAnalysis files.
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