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Re: Wait LCP to ensure durability
Posted by: Mikael Ronström
Date: September 28, 2017 03:17PM

It is either an extremely long LCP. To see if this is the case
you need to increase the log levels to see more details of the
LCP execution.

The other case is that you hit some sort of bug.
I am pretty sure we fixed a bug not so long ago (a few months
ago) that was relatively similar in behaviour to this one.

The most likely cause in that case is some timing problem in
DBDIH. One can use various DUMP commands to see what the state
internally is.

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