2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 8, 2012 11:20 AM by mark.lin

    Error message when running PEX in Linux if using mounted folder in windows7

    mark.lin

      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