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From Aaron Smuts <asm...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Error messages filling up log
Date Thu, 29 Jun 2006 03:08:24 GMT
We will definitely need this to be configurable when
we allow a port range.  This is a bit tricky, since we
want to be able to reconnect to the old server after
we reach the max retries if that server comes back up
on the same port.  Let me look into it.

Aaron

--- Marek.Cyzio@equifax.com wrote:

> 
> 
> 
> 
> Issue:
> - I have multiple caches running on different
> machines. I am using UDP
> Discovery + random socket selection (multiple JVM's
> on each machine).
> Things work great until I restart one of the
> machines. As soon as I do
> that, the other caches start spilling tons of error
> messages:
> 
> ERROR|28 Jun 2006 08:36:37,611|Thread-25
> |socket.tcp.LateralTCPService
> |Could not create sender to [172.18.199.218:36764]
> -- Socket is null,
> cannot connect to 172.18.199.218:36764|
> ERROR|28 Jun 2006 08:36:37,611|Thread-25
> |ket.tcp.LateralTCPCacheManager|Can't fix Socket is
> null, cannot connect to
> 172.18.199.218:36764|
> ERROR|28 Jun 2006 08:36:37,612|Thread-25
> |ry.lateral.LateralCacheRestore|Can't fix Can't fix
> Socket is null, cannot
> connect to 172.18.199.218:36764|
> INFO |28 Jun 2006 08:36:38,021|Thread-27
>
|ry.lateral.LateralCacheMonitor|LateralCacheManager.instances.size()
> = 3|
> INFO |28 Jun 2006 08:36:38,022|Thread-27
> |ry.lateral.LateralCacheMonitor|
>  1- mgr.getCaches().size() = 1|
> INFO |28 Jun 2006 08:36:38,022|Thread-27
> |ry.lateral.LateralCacheMonitor|Lateral Cache No
> Wait not in error|
> INFO |28 Jun 2006 08:36:38,022|Thread-27
> |ry.lateral.LateralCacheMonitor|
>  2- mgr.getCaches().size() = 1|
> INFO |28 Jun 2006 08:36:38,022|Thread-27
> |ry.lateral.LateralCacheMonitor|found
> LateralCacheNoWait in error,
> LateralCacheNoWait  Status = 3 cache = [
>  LateralCache
>  Cache Name [eid_session_data]
>  cattr =  [172.18.199.218:36773:36762]]|
> 
> 
> I did some code checking and I found that there is
> no max number of retries
> defined in LateralCacheNoWait. Would it be possible
> to:
> 
> a) define a new status in CacheConstants -
> STATUS_UNCONNECTABLE
> b) add a new member variable to LateralCacheNoWait -
> numberOfRepairAttempts
> c) modify LateralCacheRestore to increment
> numberOfRepairAttempts on
> LateralCacheNoWait in case repair attempt failed and
> d) modify LateralCacheMonitor to not try to repair
> LateralCacheNoWait that
> are not repairable
> e) add maxNumberOfReconnectRetries to
> ILateralCacheAttributes
> 
> That would make my live so much easier... The other
> option I have is to set
> LOG4J output level on org.apache.jcs to FATAL, but
> this way I cannot see
> any other issues.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Marek Cyzio
> Equifax
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> Marek.Cyzio@equifax.com
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