On 1/28/19 12:06 PM, Mitch Patenaude wrote:
I’ve got a somewhat complex replication arrangement. There are 6
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So 11 and 12 replicate to all other servers, 09 and 10 replicate to each other and 11 and
12, and 13 & 14 replication between themselves and 11 and 12.
I'm having a problem where 14 (also known as intdns2-02-lv) isn't getting updates
from 11 and 12, and I'm seeing this in the logs:
[28/Jan/2019:08:48:57 -0800] NSMMReplicationPlugin - agmt="cn=intdns2-02-lv"
(intdns2-02-lv:636): Consumer failed to replay change (uniqueid
bd0d6e01-b1f411e7-81a1b88c-5005cb3e, CSN 5c4c61280000000d0000): Server is unwilling to
perform (53). Will retry later.
They're all Centos 6.x boxes, running 22.214.171.124-34.el6_5(9 through 12) or
126.96.36.199-97.el6_10 (13 and 14).
Any idea where to look?
Start with the consumer that is rejecting the update (intdns2-02-lv).
Check the access log and find the "err=53" and also check the errors log
to see why the operation might have been rejected. Also look through
the access log for "csn=5c4c61280000000d0000", prehaps on a retry it was
If that is not useful then turning on replication logging would be the
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