Error Class XSDB: RawStore - Data.Generic transaction

Error Class XSDB: RawStore - Data.Generic transaction
SQLSTATE Message Text
XSDB0.D Unexpected exception on in-memory page <page>
XSDB1.D Unknown page format at page <page>
XSDB2.D Unknown container format at container <containerName> : <value>
XSDB3.D Container information cannot change once written: was <value>, now <value>
XSDB4.D Page <page> is at version <versionNumber>, the log file contains change version <versionNumber>, either there are log records of this page missing, or this page did not get written out to disk properly.
XSDB5.D Log has change record on page <page>, which is beyond the end of the container.
XSDB6.D Another instance of Splice may have already booted the database <databaseName>.
XSDB7.D WARNING: Splice (instance <value>) is attempting to boot the database <databaseName> even though Splice (instance <value>) may still be active. Only one instance of Splice should boot a database at a time. Severe and non-recoverable corruption can result and may have already occurred.
XSDB8.D WARNING: Splice (instance <value>) is attempting to boot the database <databaseName> even though Splice (instance <value>) may still be active. Only one instance of Splice should boot a database at a time. Severe and non-recoverable corruption can result if 2 instances of Splice boot on the same database at the same time. The derby.database.forceDatabaseLock=true property has been set, so the database will not boot until the db.lck is no longer present. Normally this file is removed when the first instance of Splice to boot on the database exits, but it may be left behind in some shutdowns. It will be necessary to remove the file by hand in that case. It is important to verify that no other VM is accessing the database before deleting the db.lck file by hand.
XSDB9.D Stream container <containerName> is corrupt.
XSDBA.D Attempt to allocate object <object> failed.
XSDBB.D Unknown page format at page <page>, page dump follows: <value>
XSDBC.D Write of container information to page 0 of container <container> failed. See nested error for more information.