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Looks like jg-magic-map.xml was indeed found, so that's not the issue.Yes, this could be an issue of concurrent creation of channels. You cantry to add 'synchronize' to method ClassConfigurator.getInstance, tosee if this fixes the issue.In 2.7, this is not an issue because ClassConfigurator.init is calledat load time of ClassConfigurator, and that's synchronized by the JVM.Let me know if this fixes the issue, then I can add the fix to the 2.6branchBill Newton wrote: Hello list, I recently upgraded to JGroups-2.6.4.GA from JGroups-2.6.1.

I started up a node recently only to have this exception thrown while it was trying to read the magic numbers from the jg-magic-map.xml embeded with in the jgroups jar file. The cluster was up and running so there were messages being passed around.

I was wondering if it was a race condition anyone has ran into before. Hello list,I recently upgraded to JGroups-2.6.4.GA from JGroups-2.6.1.

I startedup a node recently only to have this exception thrown while it wastrying to read the magic numbers from the jg-magic-map.xml embeded within the jgroups jar file. The cluster was up and running so there weremessages being passed around. I was wondering if it was a race conditionanyone has ran into before. Looks like jg-magic-map.xml was indeed found, so that's not the issue.Yes, this could be an issue of concurrent creation of channels. You cantry to add 'synchronize' to method ClassConfigurator.getInstance, tosee if this fixes the issue.In 2.7, this is not an issue because ClassConfigurator.init is calledat load time of ClassConfigurator, and that's synchronized by the JVM.Let me know if this fixes the issue, then I can add the fix to the 2.6branchBill Newton wrote: Hello list, I recently upgraded to JGroups-2.6.4.GA from JGroups-2.6.1. I started up a node recently only to have this exception thrown while it was trying to read the magic numbers from the jg-magic-map.xml embeded with in the jgroups jar file.

The cluster was up and running so there were messages being passed around. Beyonce greatest hits rar. I was wondering if it was a race condition anyone has ran into before. Hi Bela,Ok, I made that change. I'll let you know if that resolves the issue inthe next couple of days.Thanks,BillBela Ban wrote: Looks like jg-magic-map.xml was indeed found, so that's not the issue.

Yes, this could be an issue of concurrent creation of channels. You can try to add 'synchronize' to method ClassConfigurator.getInstance, to see if this fixes the issue. In 2.7, this is not an issue because ClassConfigurator.init is called at load time of ClassConfigurator, and that's synchronized by the JVM.

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Let me know if this fixes the issue, then I can add the fix to the 2.6 branch Bill Newton wrote: Hello list, I recently upgraded to JGroups-2.6.4.GA from JGroups-2.6.1. I started up a node recently only to have this exception thrown while it was trying to read the magic numbers from the jg-magic-map.xml embeded with in the jgroups jar file. The cluster was up and running so there were messages being passed around. I was wondering if it was a race condition anyone has ran into before.

Failed Reading The Magic Number Mapping File For Mac

Hi,The version information is fixelcfestats -version fixelcfestats 3.0RC2-7-g4ed6d5ef 64 bit release version, built Aug 21 2017, using Eigen 3.2.92Author(s): David Raffelt (david.raffelt@florey.edu.au) and Robert E. Smith (robert.smith@florey.edu.au)Copyright (c) 2008-2017 the MRtrix3 contributors.This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla PublicLicense, v. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with thisfile, you can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.

The key debug message is this one:scanning DICOM folder 'fd/'.All MRtrix3 commands are compatible with all image formats that the MRtrix3 back-end is compatible with. It determines the image format based on the file extension of the path to the image. In the case where the path does not contain a file extension, MRtrix3 assumes that it must be a path to a DICOM folder, and tries to read the input image in that way. You can see this subsequently failing.What I’ve seen produce this problem with fixelcfestats in the past is the presence of an empty line at the end of the text file containing the names of the subject data files. The code must produce the full path to the subject’s file by concatenating the template fixel directory path with the image file name; when the latter is an empty string, the result of that concatenation is just the template fixel directory, and hence the path to the template fixel directory is interpreted as “a subject fixel data file to be opened”, triggering the quoted errors.So closely check this text file for the presence of an empty line at the end of the file. If there’s none present, try not even having a newline at the end of the last subject line (from memory the text file load in fixelcfestats may have had a little error in logic, which could result in trying to interpret an empty string as a file path).I’ve fixed this in a development branch, where importing of data for statistical inference is completely overhauled, but it’s not yet ready for public consumption. If this is indeed the cause of grief now, it’s probably worth pushing out a hotfix.Yet the current FBA instructions being followed here show it being used with only 5 arguments, where the first one is the list of subject filenames.No, it’s right:fixelcfestats fd files.txt designmatrix.txt contrastmatrix.txt inputtracks2millionsift.tck statsfd“ fd” is the path to the template fixel directory.

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Files.txt is hence the second argument.Rob.

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