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Saturday, January 06, 2007

StreamCruncher 1.04 Beta is out! A hasty release I must add. There was a Connection leak in 1.03 Beta, for ANTs and Solid Databases. In my previous Post I had mentioned the use of Proxies to bypass the Solid and ANTs Driver limitations. 1.04 onwards, Proxies are not used. I'm using concrete Classes to wrap the Connections, PreparedStatements etc.

But I'm still flummoxed by the ANTs Server. The SLAAlertTest keeps failing about 50% of the time. I spent the whole day trying to figure out why and I just couldn't. One thing I noticed was that the Timestamps get completely messed up in the results Table and even before that, along the way. The Kernel seems to be working fine, as demonstrated on the other 6 Databases. It's just ANTs. The Timestamps keep mysteriously jumping randomly to the "distant future". Maybe it's trying to hint at something - about my love for Science Fiction. Hmmm..? I've given up on ANTs for now.

Somebody also pointed out that SC does not work on JRE 1.5. I've tried to fix that by compiling the files with the "target 1.5" option. But, I have no way of checking if it works on 1.5. I strongly recommend 1.6, now that the Release Candidate is ready. 1.5 has some Memory Leaks in the Concurrent classes - in the parkAndWait(..) method or something like that. It was quite serious, last time I checked. After that I switched to 1.6.

And the Apache Commons library that is packaged with SC has been upgraded to 3.2 from 3.1.

Well, gotta go. Have a nice weekend.

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