When I do show in ndb_mgm everything else looks healthy. I am using
ndb-cluster-connection-pool variable set to 4 in all my.cnf files.
On 5/5/11 3:38 PM, "Massimo Brignoli" <massimo.brignoli@stripped> wrote:
> Can you do
> ndb_mgm -e "show" to check the status of the nodes?
> Are you using the connection_pool paramenter in the my.cnf of the mysqlds?
> On 05/05/11 22.10, "Johan Andersson" <johan@stripped> wrote:
>> Did you also restart the data nodes after restarting the management
>> server with --reload?
>> Also, I do recommend you to upgrade to 7.1.10 or later.
>> Best regards,
>> Johan Andersson
>> On 2011-05-05 22.02, csavino wrote:
>>> I¹m having an odd problem. I¹m installing/configuring a new
>>> ndb version 5.1.44-ndb-7.1.3. I have 2 management nodes connected to
>>> cluster with 2 data nodes and 4 sqld nodes connected. I have 36 open
>>> [mysqld] entries in the config.ini files with no hostnames or id¹s
>>> specified. I¹m trying to bring up a 5th sqld node and it won¹t
>>> the cluster. I¹m getting the below error in the cluster log.
>>> WARNING -- Allocate nodeid (0) failed. Connection from ip 10.44.9.40.
>>> Returned error string "No free node id found for mysqld(API)."
>>> 2011-05-05 13:45:35 [MgmtSrvr] INFO -- Mgmt server state: node id's
>>> 2 3
>>> 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 connected but not reserved
>>> Normally when I get this message I would think I needed to add mysqld
>>> entries in the config file, but there are plenty available right now. I
>>> have tried restarting the management nodes several times after updating
>>> config.ini file with specific ids that were not being used, but that
>>> Does anyone have an idea what might be causing this?
>>> Thanks for any help in advance,
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