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From Juhani Ränkimies <juh...@juranki.com>
Subject Re: Please Urgent !!! CouchDB crashed on Windows
Date Sat, 11 Sep 2010 12:51:12 GMT
Hi,

I've had CouchDB in production on windows for almost a year now, for
non-critical services. At first there were problems with replication
and compaction.

Since  March I've used 0.11, patched with windows fix form Damien Katz
and Mark Hammond. Haven't run into problems with that. Some essential
services (that tolerate a little downtime, if necessary) are now
running on it. One DB has millions of documents and tens of GB of
data. One is such that documents are updated a lot and the db needs to
be compacted regularly.

I've had 1.0.1 (mhammond) on a few laptops for development since it
was released. It's running as a service and has worked so reliably
that I haven't had to pay any attention to it. It's always been there
when I've needed it. The usage has been light.

My plan for upgrading to 1.0.N is to wait for the next release of
erlang, then to test thoroughly and only then upgrade.

Unfortunately I don't have much advise in addition to that already
given. I've never have a db or view file corrupted. Try to provide
more detailed information about the use case and the conditions which
lead to crashing. If possible, see if the problem also occurs on
another machine.


-juhani

On Sat, Sep 11, 2010 at 9:54 AM, Dave Cottlehuber <dave@muse.net.nz> wrote:
> On 11 September 2010 01:23, Panop Suvaphrom <PSuvaphrom@vizrt.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>>         Did anyone try to use couchdb production on window.
>>         I have try it but never success ... always crash about
>>         3 hours later. I think the view is corrupted because
>>          when i delete on _view_desing  file, the couchdb
>>         seems to be operable again.
>
> Hi Panop,
>
> Yup I've been doing couch on Windows since April, but not really big
> couches, just as a convenient development end. I am keen to hear other
> people's experience.
>
> I think maybe there's something wrong with your ddoc, but first things first.
>
> After installing CouchDB, not adding any data, are the tests in Futon
> http://localhost:5984/_utils/couch_tests.html?script/couch_tests.js
> passing successfully?
>
> If there are failures, are they successful on a re-run?
>
> Can you give us more info? Are you pushing lots of docs, do you have
> any views, can you share them? What's in var/log/couchdb/couchdb.log
> at crash time?
>
> Are you running as a service or from the couchdb.bat file?
>
> If you can, run in debug mode by changing etc/couchdb/local.ini as follows:
>
> [log]
> level = debug
>
> & restart. Logs can get big quick so keep an eye on disk during this time.
>
> My couch runs for days at a time, & survives hibernation, the only
> issue is on my low-powered laptop it can't handle running debug mode &
> high transactions; the log file writing can't keep up.
> cheers
> Dave
>

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