I'm doing PEX in Linux but want to write files to the mounted folder in Windows 7. I believe the mounting process is OK since I can exchange files between Linux and Windows7 in the mounted folders. Following is the error message when I run PEX. Why did I have problem to create hierachical database in svdb directory? (Never happend if I stored files in Linux).
--- STANDARD VERIFICATION RULE FILE COMPILATION MODULE COMPLETED. CPU TIME = 0 REAL TIME = 0 LVHEAP = 3/5/11
--- CALIBRE::HIERARCHICAL CIRCUIT EXTRACTOR - Tue Oct 2 12:27:38 2012
Lock busy, attempting retry.
Error 173: Cannot acquire lock: Error 146: Too much contention during creation of lockfile "svdb/U6501_lvs.phdb/db/.db.revid.lock".: Resource temporarily unavailable.
Unable to open PHDB database for write
ERROR: Can not create Persistent Hierarchical DataBase in directory svdb: database does not exist or could not be created.
*** Calibre finished with Exit Code: 4 ***
Following is the output I after I typed " ls /mnt/win7/PEX" in Linux (/mnt/win7 is the mounted folder in Linux which has a corresponding folder in Windows7 to store these physical files)
PIPO.LOG.U6501_lvs U6501_lvs.lvs.report __meta_ca18ha_xrc_mlin.rules__ _calibre_probe_file_ svdb
U6501_lvs.gds U6501_lvs.lvs.report.ext _ca18ha_xrc_mlin.rules_ pipo_xout_info