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So I am trying to run crux with rocksdb on windows.
When I start it in WSL I get this error:
No implementation of method: :as-file of protocol: #'
And when I run it in windows I get this error:
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: No implementation of method: :as-file of protocol: #'
which is basically the same error, just with a different class.
It fails at
crux.kv.rocksdb line 144 with this code:
where db-dir is of type WindowsPath although I pass in a string as db-dir option:
(RocksDB/open opts (.getAbsolutePath (doto (io/file db-dir) (.mkdirs))))
:crux.kv/db-dir (str (io/file storage-dir "db"))
Does it work if you don't have the
(str ...) ? We don't officially want to support Windows just yet but I am surprised WSL isn't working either and it would be good to understand why
(str ...) it does not work either.
I am currently debugging this and am stuck in
crux.topology/parse-opts I see that it takes the path as str as it should and then calls
(s/conform v type) where type is
So I think while conforming it turns the path into one of these classes. I just cannot find the type definition for
Thanks! One more thought from me, does the directory already exist? If not, what happens if you have created it manually first?
-.- I used rocksdb version
"20.07-1.9.2-beta" Now I just checked some more sources and saw that there was a commit regarding paths: https://github.com/juxt/crux/commit/fdbff026b745d96ef25e474be3128e131f0a3944#diff-213326f730be85f2c4b81ba31fbe17acR146 which fixes that exact problem. So, If I switch to the yesterday released verison: "20.07-1.10.0-beta-SNAPSHOT" it wokrs.
I will close the ticket then, Thanks for listening. I mean, I am happy that it was fixed already, but feel like I wasted a few peoples time now 😄
Nonetheless, I learned something interesting (io/file) does not work with java.nio.file.Path.
Thanks for reporting this, @U0677JTQX 🙂
As you discovered, this was part of a change between 1.9.2 and 1.10.0-SNAPSHOT - in theory, though, 1.9.2 should still have been using
:crux.kv/db-dir, so I'm a little confused as to why you saw this issue :thinking_face:
:crux.kv/db-dir was a string, but then it got coerced to a Path, which was then passed into
(io/file which lead to the described error.
Yes - although that change was only introduced in 1.10.0 - if you were using 1.9.2 it shouldn't have been being coerced?
Interesting. I just had another look, so I had crux-core in version: "20.07-1.10.0-beta-SNAPSHOT" and crux-rocksdb in version "20.07-1.9.2-beta" which explains the difference I guess? I upgraded the core version yesterday after the anouncement in this channel and picked up rocksdb today according to the docs, where the 1.92. version was still linked.