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From Alméras Yannick <yalme...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Error when merging segments ("terms out of order")
Date Wed, 08 May 2019 16:47:20 GMT
Hello !

The problem of segments merging seems to be solved when I replace Java 11 
32bit with Java 8 32bit on my prod Ubuntu server... (On my dev archlinux 
computer, no problem with Java 11 64bit...).

Hope this will be the real solution... "I cross my fingers" (from french "je 
croise les doigts" ;-) ).

Best regards,
Y. Alméras 


Le mardi 7 mai 2019, 15:25:13 CEST Shawn Heisey a écrit :
> On 5/7/2019 5:28 AM, Alméras Yannick wrote:
> > I don't understand a problem on my ubuntu 18.04 solr server (version
> > 7.6.0)...
> > 
> > When merge of segments is called, there is an error and then, the index is
> > not writable. The logs of a failed segments merging are at the end of
> > this message (here, I forced the merge but it's the same without
> > forcing).
> > 
> > How can I debug this ? I don't understand the cause of the following error
> > 
> > java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: terms out of order: priorTerm=[6e 61
> > 64 69 6e 65 2e 76 61 6c 61 64 65 5f 33 35 32 37],currentTerm=[6e 61 64 69
> > 6e 65 2e 76 61 6c 61 64 65 5f 33 35 32 37]"
> > 
> > Another thing : I can't reproduce the bug on archlinux with the same
> > configuration of solr server (version 7.6.0)... ????
> 
> Are the two systems running different Java?  What vendor and version of
> Java is on each server?  Knowing the vendor is very important.  Some of
> this information is on the admin UI dashboard, and you can get
> definitive information by running "java -version" at the commandline.
> Since it is easy to have multiple Java versions on a system, and only
> one of those versions is likely the be accessible via the system PATH,
> you need to make sure you're running the right one.
> 
> Can you share the entire solr.log file that contains the problem, so we
> can see the entire sequence of errors?
> 
> You won't be able to attach the log to an email message.  The mailing
> list filters out most attachments.  You'll need to use a file sharing site.
> 
> Normally I would say there's nothing sensitive in the log, but people
> disagree with that all the time.  If you do redact anything, please do
> so sparingly, and do it in a way that we can tell redacted things apart
> from each other.
> 
> Thanks,
> Shawn




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