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Hi,

So I had the following issue just pop up. I believe that this might have been triggered by a lack of disk space when doing a push or adding something maybe?

All I know is that plastic was working for me this morning. I could push/pull and do everything. Now every time I start plastic I get that error. The actual image is attached but it's similar to the title. Capture.PNG.f882c0eb29496a3fcecb96f8d3c61482.PNG I have no clue where to move from here. I tried fully uninstalling Plastic and re-downloading it and I still have that issue so I'm a bit lost. Do you all know what could be up with this?

Thanks in advance,

Adrian

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ok great I've attatched my client.conf file here

client.conf

also just in text I'll upload it here:

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<ClientConfigData xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
  <Language>en</Language>
  <WorkspaceServer>server:8084</WorkspaceServer>
  <WorkingMode>NameWorkingMode</WorkingMode>
  <SecurityConfig>::389::jXawqZ9DrR0=:</SecurityConfig>
  <MergeTools>
    <MergeToolData>
      <FileType>enTextFile</FileType>
      <FileExtensions>*</FileExtensions>
      <Tools>
        <string>mergetool -b="@basefile" -bn="@basesymbolic" -bh="@basehash" -s="@sourcefile" -sn="@sourcesymbolic" -sh="@sourcehash" -d="@destinationfile" -dh="@destinationhash" -a -r="@output" -t="@filetype" -i="@comparationmethod" -e="@fileencoding" -m="@mergetype"</string>
      </Tools>
    </MergeToolData>
    <MergeToolData>
      <FileType>enBinaryFile</FileType>
      <FileExtensions>*</FileExtensions>
      <Tools>
        <string>binmergetool -b="@basefile" -bn="@basesymbolic" -bh="@basehash" -s="@sourcefile" -sn="@sourcesymbolic" -sh="@sourcehash" -d="@destinationfile" -dh="@destinationhash" -a -r="@output" -m="@mergetype"</string>
      </Tools>
    </MergeToolData>
  </MergeTools>
  <DiffTools>
    <DiffToolData>
      <FileType>enTextFile</FileType>
      <FileExtensions>*</FileExtensions>
      <Tools>
        <string>mergetool -s="@sourcefile" -sn="@sourcesymbolic" -d="@destinationfile" -dn="@destinationsymbolic" -a -t="@filetype" -i="@comparationmethod" -e="@fileencoding"</string>
      </Tools>
    </DiffToolData>
    <DiffToolData>
      <FileType>enBinaryFile</FileType>
      <FileExtensions>*</FileExtensions>
      <Tools>
        <string>binmergetool -s="@sourcefile" -sn="@sourcesymbolic" -d="@destinationfile" -dn="@destinationsymbolic"  -a -t="@filetype" -i="@comparationmethod" -e="@fileencoding"</string>
      </Tools>
    </DiffToolData>
  </DiffTools>
</ClientConfigData>

 

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Ummmmm,

I'm just replacing the following XML tags in order to make it work with my local server and it seems it's working just fine:

  <WorkspaceServer>localhost:8095</WorkspaceServer>
  <WorkingMode>UPWorkingMode</WorkingMode>
  <SecurityConfig>one:dnT40zuF9ZA=</SecurityConfig>

What happens if you run "plastic.exe --configure" and you re-configure the client? It's still failing?

Can you execute an easy CLI command such us the "cm lrep"? Works?

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this issue is normally triggered by a lack of disk space when saving some changes. If you attach your file, we can try to fix it.

Otherwise, you can remove/backup the file and re-configure the client again. It will automatically create a new "client.conf".

Regards,

Carlos.

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