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Wed Aug 9 07:46:11 UTC 2006
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark Smith [mailto:junior at danga.com]
> Subject: Re: Auto-replication problem
> > I've tried 'mogadm host mark VM2 dead'. VM1 appears to go crazy on
> > CPU for a few seconds, but no files appear in /var/mogdata on VM1
> > any dev* directory). I'm guessing auto-replication isn't working for
> > me - can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong?
> First thing to check - do you have a reaper job running?
> Telnet in to your tracker and issue the command "!jobs"...
> see if you have a reaper.
delete count 1
delete desired 1
delete pids 1097
monitor count 1
monitor desired 1
monitor pids 1103
queryworker count 5
queryworker desired 5
queryworker pids 1098 1099 1100 1101 1102
reaper count 1
reaper desired 1
reaper pids 1104
replicate count 1
replicate desired 1
replicate pids 1096
And ps confirms this:
UID PID PPID C STIME TTY TIME CMD
mogile 1104 1093 0 08:38 ? 00:00:00 /usr/bin/mogilefsd
> If not, then you can do:
> !want 1 reaper
> This job is responsible for noticing dead hosts and removing
> the linked files so they get rereplicated.
Well the job appears to be running. I set VM2 alive again and rebooted
giving the VM more memory in case that was the problem. When it came
back up, I set it dead again - still no replication. I tried the
10.191.110.240 get_hosts 0.2584 0.0046
10.191.110.240 get_devices 0.2669 0.0056
10.191.110.240 update_host status=dead&host=VM2 0.0517 0.0021
10.191.110.240 get_hosts 0.9248 0.0011
10.191.110.240 get_devices 0.9299 0.0021
Any other ideas?
Thanks in advance, Alex.
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