Earlier was not using these parameters, I wrote them after googling the issue
Rob Spoor wrote:Remove server.address. That line tells Spring Boot to only listen on the local interface, which means that any request from any other machine will be rejected (connection refused).
Rob Spoor wrote:Try casting it to ServletWebRequest (that should work unless it's a FacesWebRequest - only possible if you're using JSF), then call its getRequest method.
Pete Letkeman wrote:You may want to clear out temp files and make sure that you do have enough storage space on your system.
Have you rebooted the system in question?
I will try these out.
You may have to supply the configuration/options file to mysqld which you can read about at https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/8.0/en/option-files.html
You may want to double check this https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/8.0/en/postinstallation.html out to see if everything mention is covered.
I know it's rare, but what if you run "fsck" or whatever the MacOS version is to see if you have any hard drive issues?
mysqlcheck must be used when the mysqld server is running, which means that you do not have to stop the server to perform table maintenance.
Bear Bibeault wrote:Why a chrome extension rather than a web app?
Bear Bibeault wrote:If you want to write an extension, this isn't the right place for the question, but we don't have a forum for writing browser extensions, so not sure where would be better.
Paul Clapham wrote:That gives you some leverage for when they change that XML format. When they do, you can say "Look, if you guys had been sending well-formed XML in the first place then the changes I have to make would be very simple. But because you didn't, I had to write an ugly work-around. It's going to take me a while to make the changes because I have to produce a completely new ugly work-around. Or: you could start sending well-formed XML and taking responsibility when you don't."