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Possible bug in upgrading database through Neo4j Desktop, neo4j.conf file truncated

oleg_neo4j
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Hello,
I have had Desktop running for a few days and it came with version 3.5.9 of Neo4j. Today I tried the upgrade to 3.5.11. I'm on a Windows 10 machine. I wanted to see what happened with the neo4j.conf file and if it kept my changes(it did :)) but looking at the file size, it was a lot smaller! 3.5.11 started fine too, and it seemed to work ok.
I put the .conf files into a text compare program to see what the difference was. neo4j.conf was smaller, 17k, and neo4j.conf-default was larger (40k). The very end of the smaller one is:

#*****************************************************************
# Causal Clustering Load Balancing
#*****************************************************************

# N.B: Read the online documentation for a thorough explanation!

# Selects the load balancing plugin that shall be enabled.
#causal_clustering.load_balancing.plugin=server_policies

####### Examples for "server_policies" p
dbms.security.procedures.unrestricted=algo.*,apoc.*

My added settings were just:

browser.post_connect_cmd=config {maxHistory:99}
dbms.tx_log.rotation.retention_policy=100M size
dbms.directories.data=D:/xxx
dbms.active_database=xxx.graphdb
dbms.memory.heap.initial_size=4500m
dbms.memory.heap.max_size=4500m
dbms.memory.pagecache.size=1000m
apoc.export.file.enabled=true

it just ends at the letter 'p' and then keeps the security setting for procedures, it's like it was cut off at a certain character count. Maybe all the uncommented settings were kept, but lots of the commented ones were not. Has anyone else noticed this?

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