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Re: Analysis crash- cannot read xml (nor backups)

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Didier PHILIPPE <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 13 Mar 2008 11:34:47 +0000

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Hi Rasmus, I have done as suggested and managed to find an Nmr.xml  
file that was only one day backdated.

I'll resume my work from there then... no worries about the few things I lost.

Thanks a lot for you help.

See you soon

Didier





Quoting Rasmus Fogh <[log in to unmask]>:

> Dear Didier,
>
> The basic error is clear from your mail. One of your files got truncated -
> it ends in the middle of an XML element. This can happen when the disk
> system is full, or if you get a crash or program termination while
> reading, or, i believe, some knids of network errors.
>
> Unfortunately the only way of fixing this is to find a backup/older file
> that has the information. Part of that file is missing, there is no way of
> getting the information back. If you really have nothing and if most of
> the stuff you want got save, it might be possible to graft a legal end on
> the truncated file, but that could be much work for little gain.
>
> Can you look for any Nmr.xml file that is nto truncated and taht might be
> used as a basis for starting again?
>
> Yours,
>
> Rasmus
>
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Dr. Rasmus H. Fogh                  Email: [log in to unmask]
> Dept. of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge,
> 80 Tennis Court Road, Cambridge CB2 1GA, UK.     FAX (01223)766002
>
> On Wed, 12 Mar 2008, Didier PHILIPPE wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I have just finished assigning all my peaks... saved it and backed it up
>> before trying to attempt calculations.
>>
>> I attempted an automatic peak picking of one of my Noesy spectrum and
>> although that didn't do what i wanted.. it did pick some peaks.
>>
>> I then tried to save the project and analysis crashed almost instantly.
>> I am now unable to re-open the project nor any of the backups   
>> (including .bac)
>>
>> the error message is below. A tar file of the directory and .xml file is
>> attached. I am off tomorrow lunchtime for 2 weeks so apologies for not
>> replying quickly.
>>
>> Thanks a lot
>>
>> Didier
>>
>>
>> A window appears telling me "Project invalid, please quit, fix and re-=sart:
>> error loading fileXML element <Shift _ID="_16137" value="1.9971423409492457"
>> error="0.00089254111615583989" figOfMerit=" XML element does not end in '>'.
>>
>>
>> error on Konsole:
>>
>> last xml element read:
>> <Shift _ID="_16137" value="1.9971423409492457"
>> error="0.00089254111615583989" figOfMerit="
>>
>> parser state was:
>> reading
>>
>> ERROR loading xml ccp.nmr.Nmr ccp/nmr/Nmr.xml
>>
>

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