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Too many stack frames processed ( > 100000000), probably a bug, please report #655

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Xsoiou opened this Issue Nov 14, 2017 · 3 comments

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Xsoiou commented Nov 14, 2017

We are getting this error when we try to checkin a relative large model. The Ifc file is 370 MB. But the strange thing is that we have a file width 430 MB and that one imports without problems.

Anyone have an ide how to solve this issue?

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org.bimserver.BimserverDatabaseException: org.bimserver.BimserverDatabaseException: Too many stack frames processed ( > 100000000), probably a bug, please report

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Same issue on the test server....

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berlotti commented Nov 14, 2017

Same issue on the test server....

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This has been fixed on november the 11th in commit 8988edb. It's in releases after 1.5.89 (use 1.5.92 because previous versions had logging issues).

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rubendel commented Nov 20, 2017

This has been fixed on november the 11th in commit 8988edb. It's in releases after 1.5.89 (use 1.5.92 because previous versions had logging issues).

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The test server had already been updated at the time of your comment @berlotti

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rubendel commented Nov 20, 2017

The test server had already been updated at the time of your comment @berlotti

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