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When I try to import files in to Maestro, I get the following error:

WARNING : MMDBI ERROR(-4): mmproj_dbi_property_set_dependency():
Failed to execute the prepared statement:PROPERTY_DELETE_DEPENDENCY
error 10 (disk I/O error)

What does this mean?

If project operations such as importing and exporting fail with an MMDBI error, the likely cause is that the temporary storage used by SQLite is full. On Linux, the space used is often in /var/tmp, which you can clean up. A workaround is to set the location of the temporary storage in the environment variable SCHRODINGER_SQLITE_TEMP_STORE_DIRECTORY to a location that has sufficient space.

Keywords: import, Maestro, project error, I/O error

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