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From rammohan ganapavarapu <rammohanga...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: WELCOME to users@qpid.apache.org
Date Fri, 11 Sep 2015 20:03:40 GMT
Ted,

Thanks for quick reply, yes those messages are important, i was looking for
tools to view those journal files but couldn't find tools, if you know any
tools can you please let me know?

Ram

On Fri, Sep 11, 2015 at 1:00 PM, Ted Ross <tross@redhat.com> wrote:

> I suspect that you have corrupted data in your journal store.  If you are
> jumping between versions that are that far apart (0.14 and 0.28), you may
> have issues with journal compatibility.
>
> Are the stored messages important?  If not, you can remove the journal
> files (rm -rf /data/rhm).  If they are important, I believe there are tools
> available to view the files offline.  This might help identify and possibly
> repair the specific problem.  I'll have to defer to others about where to
> find and how to use such tools.
>
> -Ted
>
>
> On 09/11/2015 03:40 PM, rammohan ganapavarapu wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I am using qpid-cpp broker version 0.14, for some reason i am getting
>> below
>> error when i try to restart qpid, i also tried version 0.28 but same error
>> any one have any idea how to resolve this? i have around 4K messages in DL
>> queue.
>>
>>
>>
>> 2015-09-11 18:53:53 [Store] debug Journal "test-queue": Journal directory
>> =
>> "/data//rhm/jrnl/0009/test-queue/"; Base file name = "JournalData"
>> 2015-09-11 18:53:53 [Store] debug Journal "test-queue": Recover;
>> num_jfiles=8 jfsize_sblks=3072 queue_id = 0x2 wcache_pgsize_sblks=64
>> wcache_num_pages=32
>> 2015-09-11 18:53:53 [Store] info Journal "test-queue": Recovery found 64
>> files (different from --num-jfiles value of 8).
>> 2015-09-11 18:53:53 [Store] info Journal "/test-queue": Recovery found
>> file
>> size = 5120 (different from --jfile-size-pgs value of 24).
>> 2015-09-11 18:53:54 [Store] debug Journal "test-queue": Recover file
>> analysis (jid="test-queue"): njf=64 ae=F aemjf=0 owi=F frot=T jempty=F
>> ffid=0 fro=0x200 (4 dblks) lfid=1 eo=0x42da00 (34228 dblks) h_rid=0x47167
>> lffull=F jfull=F Enqueued records (txn & non-txn): [ fid_00=6684 fid_01=0
>> fid_02=0 fid_03=0 fid_04=0 fid_05=0 fid_06=0 fid_07=0 fid_08=0 fid_09=0
>> fid_10=0 fid_11=0 fid_12=0 fid_13=0 fid_14=0 fid_15=0 fid_16=0 fid_17=0
>> fid_18=0 fid_19=0 fid_20=0 fid_21=0 fid_22=0 fid_23=0 fid_24=0 fid_25=0
>> fid_26=0 fid_27=0 fid_28=0 fid_29=0 fid_30=0 fid_31=0 fid_32=0 fid_33=0
>> fid_34=0 fid_35=0 fid_36=0 fid_37=0 fid_38=0 fid_39=0 fid_40=0 fid_41=0
>> fid_42=0 fid_43=0 fid_44=0 fid_45=0 fid_46=0 fid_47=0 fid_48=0 fid_49=0
>> fid_50=0 fid_51=0 fid_52=0 fid_53=0 fid_54=0 fid_55=0 fid_56=0 fid_57=0
>> fid_58=0 fid_59=0 fid_60=0 fid_61=0 fid_62=0 fid_63=0 ]
>> 2015-09-11 18:53:54 [Store] debug Journal "test-queue": Recover phase 1
>> complete; highest rid found = 0x47167; emap.size=6684; tmap.size=0;
>> journal
>> now read-only.
>> 2015-09-11 18:53:57 [System] debug Exception constructed: Queue
>> ax-q-mxgroup007: recoverMessages() failed: jexception 0x010a
>> MessageStoreImpl::getExternMessage() threw JERR__NOTIMPL: Not implemented
>> (/tmp/qpid-cpp-0.28/src/qpid/legacystore/MessageStoreImpl.cpp:1059)
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> On Fri, Sep 11, 2015 at 12:16 PM, rammohan ganapavarapu <
>> rammohanganap@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I am using qpid-cpp broker version 0.14, for some reason i am getting
>>> below error when i try to restart qpid, i also tried version 0.28 but
>>> same
>>> error any one have any idea how to resolve this? i have around 4K
>>> messages
>>> in DL queue.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> 2015-09-11 18:53:53 [Store] debug Journal "test-queue": Journal directory
>>> = "/data//rhm/jrnl/0009/test-queue/"; Base file name = "JournalData"
>>> 2015-09-11 18:53:53 [Store] debug Journal "test-queue": Recover;
>>> num_jfiles=8 jfsize_sblks=3072 queue_id = 0x2 wcache_pgsize_sblks=64
>>> wcache_num_pages=32
>>> 2015-09-11 18:53:53 [Store] info Journal "test-queue": Recovery found 64
>>> files (different from --num-jfiles value of 8).
>>> 2015-09-11 18:53:53 [Store] info Journal "/test-queue": Recovery found
>>> file size = 5120 (different from --jfile-size-pgs value of 24).
>>> 2015-09-11 18:53:54 [Store] debug Journal "test-queue": Recover file
>>> analysis (jid="test-queue"): njf=64 ae=F aemjf=0 owi=F frot=T jempty=F
>>> ffid=0 fro=0x200 (4 dblks) lfid=1 eo=0x42da00 (34228 dblks) h_rid=0x47167
>>> lffull=F jfull=F Enqueued records (txn & non-txn): [ fid_00=6684 fid_01=0
>>> fid_02=0 fid_03=0 fid_04=0 fid_05=0 fid_06=0 fid_07=0 fid_08=0 fid_09=0
>>> fid_10=0 fid_11=0 fid_12=0 fid_13=0 fid_14=0 fid_15=0 fid_16=0 fid_17=0
>>> fid_18=0 fid_19=0 fid_20=0 fid_21=0 fid_22=0 fid_23=0 fid_24=0 fid_25=0
>>> fid_26=0 fid_27=0 fid_28=0 fid_29=0 fid_30=0 fid_31=0 fid_32=0 fid_33=0
>>> fid_34=0 fid_35=0 fid_36=0 fid_37=0 fid_38=0 fid_39=0 fid_40=0 fid_41=0
>>> fid_42=0 fid_43=0 fid_44=0 fid_45=0 fid_46=0 fid_47=0 fid_48=0 fid_49=0
>>> fid_50=0 fid_51=0 fid_52=0 fid_53=0 fid_54=0 fid_55=0 fid_56=0 fid_57=0
>>> fid_58=0 fid_59=0 fid_60=0 fid_61=0 fid_62=0 fid_63=0 ]
>>> 2015-09-11 18:53:54 [Store] debug Journal "test-queue": Recover phase 1
>>> complete; highest rid found = 0x47167; emap.size=6684; tmap.size=0;
>>> journal
>>> now read-only.
>>> 2015-09-11 18:53:57 [System] debug Exception constructed: Queue
>>> ax-q-mxgroup007: recoverMessages() failed: jexception 0x010a
>>> MessageStoreImpl::getExternMessage() threw JERR__NOTIMPL: Not implemented
>>> (/tmp/qpid-cpp-0.28/src/qpid/legacystore/MessageStoreImpl.cpp:1059)
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
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