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From Claus Ibsen <claus.ib...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Aggregator and HawtDB - DB just seem to grow?
Date Mon, 19 Mar 2012 11:20:15 GMT
What version of hawtdb and Camel are you using?

There was a bug a while back, that caused it to grow. That was fixed
in a recent release of hawtdb.


On Mon, Mar 19, 2012 at 12:06 PM, mikaelfj <mikaelfj@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> We are using the aggregator EIP to collect a set of files from which we are
> to generate other documents.
>
> In order not to loose any of the aggregated documents, we are using the
> aggregator with the HawtDB as aggregation-repository.
>
> This has been running flawless for a few months, but two weeks ago we
> suddenly began getting:
> org.fusesource.hawtdb.api.IOPagingException: Invalid extent read request.
> The requested page was not an extent: xxxx
>
> This was "fixed" by extending the buffersize from the default 8Mb to 32Mb.
>
> Now the problem has arisen again and we have the same kind of exceptions in
> the logs.
>
> None of the file sets that are read are very big in size, so it is unlikely
> that a single file set would cause the HawtDB to go pass its limit.
>
> Can it be that the HawtDB just grows?
> ... or did I miss something in the configuration of the route?
> When reading the documentation in "The Book" it says that the Aggregator
> will issue a Commit, when the message has been processed successfully. This
> will cause the RecoverableAggregationRepository to Confirm the message, thus
> ensuring it will not be recovered.
> But, will the Confirm remove the message or do I have to perform a cleanup
> of successfully processed messages in order to keep the HawtDB from growing?
>
> Best regards
> Mikael
>
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