Getting an IBM TRIRIGA Anywhere error when uploading APK file


[Updated 07.15.15]

We’re getting the following error message when uploading WorkTaskManagement-10.4.1.apk into IBM Worklight Application Center: “File WorkTaskManagement-10.4.1.apk not uploaded.”. On WebSphere logs, we will see as well the message: “Row size too large”. In the WebSphere SystemOut.log and SystemErr.log files, we will see the following messages as well.

The MySQL database innodb_log_file_size variable value needs to be set higher since apparently the redo-log overwrites the most recent checkpoint for large blobs. The resolution is to increase the MySQL database variable innodb_log_file_size property to 256M. As per MySQL forum pages, apparently the redo-log overwrites the most recent checkpoint for large blobs. After that you need to restart your MySQL service (database). For more information on how to change the MySQL 3rd party innodb_log_file_size variable, consult your DBA or MySQL forums.

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[Updated 07.14.15]

We’re getting the following error message when uploading WorkTaskManagement-10.4.1.apk into IBM Worklight Application Center: “File WorkTaskManagement-10.4.1.apk not uploaded.”. On WebSphere logs, we will see as well the message: “Packet for query is too large”. In the WebSphere SystemOut.log and SystemErr.log files, we will see the following messages as well.

The MySQL database max_allowed_packet parameter value is not enough to accommodate the package upload transaction. The resolution is to make the MySQL database max_allowed_packet parameter value higher to accommodate the package upload transaction (required is 36027622, current setting is 33554432). After that you need to restart your MySQL service (database). For more information on how to change the MySQL 3rd party max_allowed_packet parameter, consult your DBA or MySQL forums.

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