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From Tim Bain <tb...@alumni.duke.edu>
Subject Re: KahaDB on NFS
Date Mon, 30 Nov 2015 13:59:48 GMT
I'd increase the logging to DEBUG to see if you can get more information
about where execution gets stuck.  You could also take a thread dump and
look at whether any of the threads are stuck anywhere interesting.

Tim
On Nov 29, 2015 5:11 PM, "pramod" <simplypramod4u@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi ,
>
> I am new to AMQ. I do have a different scenario here. I have two NFS
> servers, with a floating IP.
>
> nfs01.example.com
> nfs02.example.com , which is having a floating IP 192.168.1.1 , which will
> be mounted on NFS server which is currently active( I am assuming nfs01 as
> active in this scenario) .
>
> I have an export called /actvemq/KahaDB in both NFS servers which we are
> using sync mechanisms so that data in both the export directories in nfs01
> and 02 remains identical.
>
> I do have an AMQ server amq.example.com , where the KahaDB directory is
> the
> exported NFS share from
> active NFS server(Nfs01) .I changed activemq.xml too ,to set the KahaDB
> directory to set to those exported shares.
>
> So the problem here is , if we make NFS01 down ,the floating IP will
> automatically changes to NFS02 and mounted directories  will remain intact
> in amq.example.com.
>
> But AMQ stops responding after the failover. Without any errors to Logs. We
> need to restart AMQ after this.
>
> Is there anyway that AMQ will wait for sometime to write till the disk is
> back online ? Or anyway to overcome this situation ?
>
> Thanks,
> Pramod
>
>
>
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