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Installing Sybase within a virtual environment purely for development purposes is possible and I have used it that way for years with Windows, Linux and Solaris x86. I'm not sure about Vagrant, but with Virtual Box it works. You must ensure your virtualised host has sufficient memory to run the database and have made the relevant additional settings. ...


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Converting my comment to answer: Can you run SELECT @@VERSION and post the output. What is max memory and default data cache value ? Run dbcc checkstorage, the dbcc checkdb and dbcc checkalloc commands and post the output as well. This is a typical hardware (disk) problem. Also check OS logs. They will give you correct error. Check An attempt was made to ...


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The best thing to do to resolve your question is to run the lsblk command. Without any arguments, it gives a great tree view of the system's block devices (see below). Check the man page (lsblk(8)). Then, use df -h on your file of interest (in this example, it's the MySQL server). df -ah gives more information - in this case, the mount point and the ...



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