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From:Tomas Ulin Date:October 21 2004 10:44pm
Subject:Re: node instability
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Jim,

that leak was fixed (and it was huge), and it was in the mysqld, not in 
the ndbd nodes.

What is the size of the process on COOLER, which has been up for 13 
days?   Has it grown?

Please provide the cluster log, error log and tracefiles.

T

Jim Hoadley wrote:

>Hello all --
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>History: Some nodes in my 4-computer and 2-computer cluster would
>only stay up for a day or two. I posted this problem on this list
>as thread "nightly crashing" and received helpful suggestions.
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>Ultimately it was thought there was a memory leak. Mikael and Tomas
>said this was fixed in mysql-4.1.6-gamma-nightly-20041001.tar.gz.
>I installed this new version, increased memory so both hosts have 1GB
>of RAM. Now here's my feedback.
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>One host (COOLER) has been up for 13 days, since 3:30pm, Friday, 10/08/2004.
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>The other (TORMAN) died after 1 1/2 days, was restarted, and died again
>after 11 days. Both times it was shut down by the arbirator (running on
>COOLER) because of missed heartbeats.
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>I would be happy to post the trace file and all log messages if it would
>be helpful, but my general questions are:
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>Shouldn't I expect my nodes to run for more than a few days before crashing?
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>Does anyone else have this problem?
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>Was this "memory leak" actually fixed in mysql-4.1.6-gamma-nightly-20041001?
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>Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.
>
>-- Jim Hoadley
>   Sr Software Eng
>   Dealer Fusion, Inc
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node instabilityJim Hoadley21 Oct
  • Re: node instabilityTomas Ulin21 Oct
Re: node instabilityJim Hoadley22 Oct