I have the latest version of ATOM installed on a 2012 MacBook Pro running OS X Yosemite 10.10.5. Each time I launch ATOM I get the message “Local database corrupted” and “Please check the content of the local database.” These messages are like, each time I start my car the check engine light comes on and a message says, “Please check the contents of your engine.” I have no idea what the contents of my engine or local database are, and while I think I know where my car’s engine is located, I can’t say the same for the local database. And if I could find the local database, what would I do after I checked its contents?
Have you tried to run Atom in safe mode? In order to single out whether this is an issue from Atom or from one of your packages, you can try to see if the message is gone when Atom runs in safe mode.
Yes, the message is gone when launching ATOM in safe mode as opposed to launching it from the Applications folder.
This probably means a community package is causing the issue.
Without further explanation of the issue, I cannot help. However, a quick search on Google got me this issue:
Are you using the
Yes I have atom-project-viewer installed, and disabling it eliminated the message. I had done a DuckDuckGo search earlier and found nothing.
Ok, so it’s definitely it. Have you tried the conversion tool mentioned in the issue? I believe the package lost the configurations, that’s why the message.
Yes, I followed the seven steps there and no change. My version of atom-project-viewer is 1.2.5.
People should not post gray text on a black background. My 74 year-old eyes can see only a black blob.
The .atom/storage subdirectory contains the stuff below and not the file I would expect.
Sorry about that!
About the failing package, I’m not exactly sure what’s going on here.
Do you have saved configurations for the package in your
config.cson file? If so, would it be a disaster to uninstall the package and install it again?
Thanks. I had already uninstalled and reinstalled the package, and there were no changes. The config.cson file contains