Idea 11.1.3: PersistentEnumerator storage corruption exception

I'm unable to use IntelliJ Idea at the moment due to hangs during indexing after opening the project.  I've tried clearing the caches both using the File menu option and by deleting the files in ~/.IntlliJIdea11/system/caches manually.  The log sez there are a PersistentEnumeratorBase$CorruptedException, ultimately stemming from an IOException (full log attached).  I'm running InelliJ Idea 11.1.3 on Ubuntu 12.04.  Just started getting it this mornng, may or may not be related to ubuntu system updates I did yesterday.

Anyone have any ideas what might be causing this?  It hangs every time I open the project, and will only repsond to a kill -9 after that.

Thanks,
-Carlos



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I'm getting exactly the same issue. On Ubuntu 12.04 and performed system updates yesterday. It's stopped working ever since.

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Tried various things like clearing cache (menu and folder) and deleting all config however still got various IOExceptions.

One article suggested that exceptions thrown when building indexes could be the result of Ubuntu encrypted home directories which I do have enabled. Moving my config, cache and logs to /tmp seemed to fix all my issues! Spent almost 2 days trying to fix this problem.

Credit:

http://lacostej.blogspot.co.uk/2010/12/intellij-issues-on-ubuntu-64-bits-with.html
http://devnet.jetbrains.net/docs/DOC-181

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Thanks, Pardip, this worked for me too!
-Carlos

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No problem.. glad I could help.

For a permanent solution you may want to move the settings folder out of /tmp :)

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