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Old November 21st, 2017, 12:45 AM   #9
sigmadelta
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If that's the case then you could do this, but you should stop Citect Runtime.

1) Stop Citect Runtime
2) Copy your current events.myd to a backup location
3) In a query window do this:

USE mstw_db
DELETE from events


4) Start Citect Runtime

Then you should have an empty events.myd to work with. The file size might remain the same, but it should be able to write data again since it should overwrite information instead of adding new information.

Alternatively, you could to this for Step 3:
3) copy your backup events.myd from your ghost backup, and run this in the query window, to start with a file size of 1GB instead of 4GB:

USE mstw_db
DELETE from events


What is the file format of your hard disk? FAT32 or NTFS? In FAT32, the maximum file size is 4GB. This could be your problem. NTFS file system does not have this limitation.
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Last edited by sigmadelta; November 21st, 2017 at 01:00 AM.
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