Subject Re: Corrupt Index Pages
Author csswa
Reggie, I don't doubt your experience with the bug, but are you sure
it was *actually confirmed* by Ann (IBPhoenix)? You've stated twice
that she reproduced it, but from her reply it sounds like she never
got around to testing it.

I don't want to harp on this point, but as Paul said, if nobody can
reproduce it how can it be fixed?

Both he and I have asked if you will supply configuration details and
another test case in code that others can cut 'n paste to ensure
accurate testing. A bug needs to be reproducible in a lot more than
just one other test case. Two people in this group have run the
previous script and instructions you supplied and did not encounter
the error you reported. Two negatives is as equally inconclusive as
one alleged positive confirmation so you need to help us get the
error reproduced a lot more, and when that is done then log it as a
bug. You can appreciate that if few or no other people can find your
bug then it won't generate much interest.

Andrew Ferguson

--- In ib-support@y..., "Reggie White" <reggiewhite@l...> wrote:
> Thank you for all your help in this matter, I logged the bug
(554319) that
> you and I were able to reproduce, but as you can see the defect was
> from the tracker in less than 24 hours.
> That's too bad...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ann Harrison [mailto:aharrison@i...]
> Sent: Wednesday, May 08, 2002 4:30 PM
> To: ib-support@y...
> Subject: RE: [ib-support] Re: Corrupt Index Pages
> Reggie, et al.,
> The fault was not with IBPhoenix, but with me. I got
> the materials, got the test set up on a machine on which
> I can not run the debugger, realized that I'd have to
> reconfigure a machine to run the test - my ordinary
> development machine doesn't have enough space. The result
> was that the problem got pushed aside and neglected. I
> regret not getting back to you.
> Regards,
> Ann
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