Probable data corruption from power outage

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Probable data corruption from power outage




My company experienced a power outage over the weekend and our Artifactory server was caught in it. After Artifactory was restarted, it looks like a number of our artifacts were lost. As of Friday, we had over 27,000 artifacts and as of this writing, we have just over 17,000 artifacts. There is nothing in the logs that indicates any database issues. We are using the default derby database. Is there a way to check the integrity of the database? Is there a way to re-index to confirm that artifacts were indeed lost?


Artifactory OSS 3.6.0

Tomcat 6.0.32

Java 1.7.0_45

Windows Server 2008 SP 2


We are looking to restore from a backup, but I wanted to know if there was more I could do to resolve our issue.



Scott Deschenes

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