Does anyone know what “expected SCALAR, SEQUENCE-START, MAPPING-START, or ALIAS” means?



Could anyone point me in the right direction, as when I save a small serialized hash via file upload to the database it works just fine, however when a large file comes along it errors out with;


expected SCALAR, SEQUENCE-START, MAPPING-START, or ALIAS

Im running Ruby 1.9.3po and rails 3.2.3, sQlite3. Database column is TEXT type with default limit. Using serialize, :db_column, Hash to save it correctly as a hash to the db.


I can't find anything decisive on google. Could it be something to do with how the database column is configured? Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.


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Does anyone know what “expected SCALAR, SEQUENCE-START, MAPPING-START, or ALIAS” means?
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Could anyone point me in the right direction, as when I save a small serialized hash via file upload to the database it works just fine, however when a large file comes along it errors out with;


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I can't find anything decisive on google. Could it be something to do with how the database column is configured? Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.


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