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any way to monitor in real time the MaxBufferedEpoch value
Posted by: Phil Somers ()
Date: September 29, 2016 01:09PM

Does anyone know if there is a means to monitor the 'runtime' or 'active' value of MaxBufferedEpochs on a MySQL Cluster db environment?

We are encountering situations where the SQLAPI node is getting disconnected on the following error:

Disconnecting node 50 because it has exceeded MaxBufferedEpochs (100 > 100), epoch 3568218/0

We would like to run future tests in our test environment but would like to be able to monitor the actual runtime values of this parameter while the test is running.

Thanks in advance,
Phil.

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any way to monitor in real time the MaxBufferedEpoch value 665 Phil Somers 09/29/2016 01:09PM
Re: any way to monitor in real time the MaxBufferedEpoch value 266 Maitrayi Sabaratnam 11/01/2016 06:00AM
Re: any way to monitor in real time the MaxBufferedEpoch value 289 Maitrayi Sabaratnam 11/01/2016 09:43AM
Re: any way to monitor in real time the MaxBufferedEpoch value 220 Phil Somers 11/07/2016 08:51AM
Re: any way to monitor in real time the MaxBufferedEpoch value 225 Maitrayi Sabaratnam 11/11/2016 09:03AM


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