Date: 2011-01-24 09:10:16
From: paul@proxml.be
Dear,
I have within openrdf-sesame 2 triple stores:
- one a native Sesame Java store
- one a BigOWLIM store created via the sesame console using all the default parameters.
Now using the sesame console application to load triples to the stores; e.g. load C:\Users\Paul\Desktop\geo.rdf.
a) in case native Sesame Java store, I get:
ErfgoedPlusJava> load C:\Users\Paul\Desktop\geo.rdf.
Loading data...
Data has been added to the repository (485 ms)
b) in the case of BigOWLIM store:
bigowlimTest> load http://www.proxml.be/test/geo.rdf.
Loading data...
ERROR: Unable to add data to repository: Failed to upload data: Repository under
C:\windows\system32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Roaming\Aduna\OpenRDF Sesame\r
epositories\bigowlimTest\owlimTest-storage/ is currently in use (we failed to lo
ck its lockfile: C:\windows\system32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Roaming\Aduna\
OpenRDF Sesame\repositories\bigowlimTest\owlimTest-storage\lock)
Any hint to solve the lock issue?
Thanks,
Paul

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Date: 2011-01-24 12:46:51
From: ivan.peikov@ontotext.com
Hi Paul,
Are you sure nothing else uses the BigOWLIM repository? Like e.g. a tomcat 
with sesame workbench application or another JVM that has initialized and uses 
a connection to the repository? Also, please verify that you have write access 
to the repository folder. This is a very usual case of locking issues. 
Hope this helps!
Cheers,
Ivan
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Date: 2011-01-26 10:32:26
From: paul@proxml.be
Hi Ivan,
Loading works fine when the sesame workbench is not enabled in Tomcat.
Paul
Kind Regards,
Paul Hermans
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