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[QGIS-Developer] Problems running 3.2/3.3

Patrick Dunford-2
Good day all

I have Qgis 3.3 latest master installed on a desktop and a virtual
machine. The desktop is running Debian 9.3 and the virtual machine is
running Debian 9.4

The VM runs 3.3 as a new install and has no problems running it,
everything seems to work normally.

The desktop has a lot of problems running 3.3 or 3.2 with the same
issues in both. It was upgraded from 3.0 which it had no difficulties with.

The main issues seen are:

* only a few layers can be displayed at a time. It will not display all
the layers at once.

* attempting to save a geopackage produces error messages like the ones
below

2018-07-09T02:16:08     CRITICAL    Layer wmwtWL : OGR error changing
geometry: feature 12 not found
2018-07-09T02:16:08     CRITICAL    Layer wmwtWL : OGR error changing
geometry: feature 13 not found
2018-07-09T02:16:08     CRITICAL    Layer wmwtWL : OGR error changing
geometry: feature 84 not found
2018-07-09T02:16:08     CRITICAL    Layer wmwtWL : OGR error committing
transaction: COMMIT transaction failed: cannot commit - no transaction
is active

and it undoes all the changes in the map canvas so they are all lost.
there are no permissions issue as project files can be saved fine.

The desktop has very little other software on it except Gimp 2.9
(AppImage) and Gimp 2.10 (Flatpak) on it and it's a complete mystery to
me how there could be any other software on this computer that might
conflict with Qgis.

Any ideas?


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Re: Problems running 3.2/3.3

Patrick Dunford-2
Look like yet another weird and wonderful problem that goes away if you
dump your config settings and start again. Which messes my head up.


On 09/07/18 17:57, Patrick Dunford wrote:

> Good day all
>
> I have Qgis 3.3 latest master installed on a desktop and a virtual
> machine. The desktop is running Debian 9.3 and the virtual machine is
> running Debian 9.4
>
> The VM runs 3.3 as a new install and has no problems running it,
> everything seems to work normally.
>
> The desktop has a lot of problems running 3.3 or 3.2 with the same
> issues in both. It was upgraded from 3.0 which it had no difficulties
> with.
>
> The main issues seen are:
>
> * only a few layers can be displayed at a time. It will not display
> all the layers at once.
>
> * attempting to save a geopackage produces error messages like the
> ones below
>
> 2018-07-09T02:16:08     CRITICAL    Layer wmwtWL : OGR error changing
> geometry: feature 12 not found
> 2018-07-09T02:16:08     CRITICAL    Layer wmwtWL : OGR error changing
> geometry: feature 13 not found
> 2018-07-09T02:16:08     CRITICAL    Layer wmwtWL : OGR error changing
> geometry: feature 84 not found
> 2018-07-09T02:16:08     CRITICAL    Layer wmwtWL : OGR error
> committing transaction: COMMIT transaction failed: cannot commit - no
> transaction is active
>
> and it undoes all the changes in the map canvas so they are all lost.
> there are no permissions issue as project files can be saved fine.
>
> The desktop has very little other software on it except Gimp 2.9
> (AppImage) and Gimp 2.10 (Flatpak) on it and it's a complete mystery
> to me how there could be any other software on this computer that
> might conflict with Qgis.
>
> Any ideas?
>
>

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Re: Problems running 3.2/3.3

Patrick Dunford-2
As a general observation with my experiences so far with 3.2 and the
current master it looks they can have a lot of problems with 3.0
configs. Another issue observed on a different computer is completely
random and frequent crashes for no obvious reason.


On 09/07/18 18:42, Patrick Dunford wrote:

> Look like yet another weird and wonderful problem that goes away if
> you dump your config settings and start again. Which messes my head up.
>
>
> On 09/07/18 17:57, Patrick Dunford wrote:
>> Good day all
>>
>> I have Qgis 3.3 latest master installed on a desktop and a virtual
>> machine. The desktop is running Debian 9.3 and the virtual machine is
>> running Debian 9.4
>>
>> The VM runs 3.3 as a new install and has no problems running it,
>> everything seems to work normally.
>>
>> The desktop has a lot of problems running 3.3 or 3.2 with the same
>> issues in both. It was upgraded from 3.0 which it had no difficulties
>> with.
>>
>> The main issues seen are:
>>
>> * only a few layers can be displayed at a time. It will not display
>> all the layers at once.
>>
>> * attempting to save a geopackage produces error messages like the
>> ones below
>>
>> 2018-07-09T02:16:08     CRITICAL    Layer wmwtWL : OGR error changing
>> geometry: feature 12 not found
>> 2018-07-09T02:16:08     CRITICAL    Layer wmwtWL : OGR error changing
>> geometry: feature 13 not found
>> 2018-07-09T02:16:08     CRITICAL    Layer wmwtWL : OGR error changing
>> geometry: feature 84 not found
>> 2018-07-09T02:16:08     CRITICAL    Layer wmwtWL : OGR error
>> committing transaction: COMMIT transaction failed: cannot commit - no
>> transaction is active
>>
>> and it undoes all the changes in the map canvas so they are all lost.
>> there are no permissions issue as project files can be saved fine.
>>
>> The desktop has very little other software on it except Gimp 2.9
>> (AppImage) and Gimp 2.10 (Flatpak) on it and it's a complete mystery
>> to me how there could be any other software on this computer that
>> might conflict with Qgis.
>>
>> Any ideas?
>>
>>
>

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