I couldn’t find a post about this. This is the error it shows:
File access problems: /private/var/folders/bn/5pgd6wgs4936lt99c2lk91pc0000gn/T/knime_Workflow Manage87216/knime_container_20230209_12470056227572867710.bin.snappy (No such file or directory)
Thanks in advance!
Could you please give a little more context to this problem so that we can understand it better? It would really help if you can share a sample workflow and mention with which node/functionality you are facing this issue.
A similar issue related to snappy compression was reported before. I hope the below information on the previous forum thread helps you to solve your issue.
try opening a fresh WF and copy/paste the whole thing and try saving that without internal data storage
try changing the compression to (GZIP or NONE) by passing the value to the parameter -Dknime.compress.io in your knime.ini file - requires restart
Hi, if anyone can help it would be appreciated.
I keep getting errors like this when trying to save workflows. Usually this happens after a period of absence from the computer, there is just no way to save the workflow, and neither does it allow you to save as a different name, publish to Server, or export. This is particularly a concern when changes have been made and there simply is no way to know what those changes are and whether they will be saved or not. Please advise?
Hello, My hard disk was getting low on space during running a workflow. I then went to delete all accessible files from the Users/AppData/Local/Temp folder while the workflow was still running. Now the result is that I am unable to save the workflow and receive the following message:
File access problems:
C:\Users…\AppData\Local\Temp\knime…\knime_container…8.bin.snappy (The system cannot find the path specified)
Have I permanently lost my most recent changes to the worklow?
Welcome to KNIME Community.
The issue seems to be related to snappy compression and similar issues has been identified earlier and some of the discussions in the forum are mentioned as below. Hope the below information helps you to overcome your issue.
Also, you can try changing the compression to (GZIP or NONE) by passing the value to the parameter -Dknime.compress.io in your knime.ini file as described below.
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