On 5 October 2012 17:51, Dave Cottlehuber wrote: > On 5 October 2012 16:33, Michael Bykov wrote: >> Hi, >> >> Local couchdb works great, but replication does not work. >> Replication worked perfectly several days ago. You can see the correct >> (that was replicated) part of it here: >> http://diglossa.ru:5984/_utils/database.html?greek >> >> Please advice how can I find invalid record in local DB? >> >> I got this in log: >> >> >> =CRASH REPORT==== 5-Oct-2012::18:16:23 === >> crasher: >> initial call: couch_replicator:init/1 >> pid: <0.720.0> >> registered_name: [] >> exception exit: {worker_died,<0.727.0>, >> {{nocatch, >> {invalid_json, >> {{error, >> {1, >> "lexical error: invalid char in >> json text.\n"}}, >> <<"\r\n413 >> Request Entity Too Large\r\n> bgcolor=\"white\">\r\n

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\r\n\r\n\r\n">>}}}, >> [{ejson,nif_decode,1,[{file,"ejson.erl"},{line,57}]}, >> {ejson,decode,1,[{file,"ejson.erl"},{line,38}]}, >> {couch_replicator_httpc,process_response,5, >> [{file,"src/couch_replicator_httpc.erl"}, >> {line,88}]}, >> >> >> >> -- >> . >> >> http://diglossa.ru >> xmpp://m.bykov@jabber.ru > > I'm guessing the underlying issue is replication with source being an > older version of couchdb, or for some reason (e.g. different > spidermonkey or JSON parsing library) is unable to complete parsing > one document, causing the replication to die when only a partial doc > is sent. It could be a lot more informative about where it's at > however. If you're using filtered replication perhaps that may also be > a mode of failure. > > Um there are a couple of ways to do this; the simplest is to sort & > then diff the _all_docs list from both DBs, with whatever sensible > tidyup is needed. > > Alternatively, I think in either source or destination log (when > you're in debug mode) will show the last successful doc received or > transferred. > > A+ > Dave Actually after reading the HTML bit the issue is more likely with your nginx config: 413 Request Entity Too Large I'd still diff _all_docs and then use single doc replication [1] as a quick test, instead of needing to re-run the whole replication. A+ Dave [1]: http://wiki.apache.org/couchdb/Replication#Named_Document_Replication