On 12/13/2018 1:37 PM, Jan Kowalsky wrote:
Well, we just added a new database on runtime which worked fine -
was still running. After changing a replica I wanted to restart and
resulted in the error.
> Also try turning up the logging verbosity to the max. From memory the
How can I achive this? In dse.ldif I have:
The details are here :
but I'd try 65535. That will get you everything useful, I think.
I don't assume - since it worked all the time... What I could
that cangelogdb files had been smaller last reboot - so any memory limit
didn't took effect.
It could be something like : the VM host changed (guest may have been
migrated live) such that the physical memory is much larger. This
combined with situation I mentioned earlier where the cache size is
computed from the host physical memory not the guest might explain the
symptoms. I'd definitely look at a) cache auto size (should be printed
in the log somewhere, and you can just disable it by configuring fixed
size caches that are appropriate in size) and b) strace the process to
see why it is failing -- for example you may see an sbrk() call for a
zillion bytes or an mmap() call for a huge region, that fails. I think
strace might have an option to log only failing syscalls.