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From Corey Flowers <cflow...@onyxpoint.com>
Subject Re: queued files
Date Fri, 20 Nov 2015 03:30:14 GMT
These guys are right. The file to look in for the uuid is the nifi-app.log.
Also if you wanted to see what the processor itself was doing, you could
right click on the processor, get its uuid and while it is running, run
(assuming it is on Linux):

tail -F nifi-app.log | grep uuid

This will just scroll the logs for that specific processor and will show
you what it is doing. It should also tell you specific file names and uuids
of the failing files.

Hope that helps! Have a great night and good luck!

Sent from my iPhone

On Nov 19, 2015, at 9:27 PM, Juan Sequeiros <hellojuan@gmail.com> wrote:

You can also check the NiFi logs for a searchable id or for what the
previous processor ID produced to help search provenance.
On Nov 19, 2015 21:22, "Bryan Bende" <bbende@gmail.com> wrote:

> Charlie,
>
> The behavior you described usually means that the processor encountered an
> unexpected error which was thrown back to the framework which rolls back
> the processing of that flow file and leaves it in the queue, as opposed to
> an error it expected where it would usually route to a failure relationship.
>
> Is the id that you see in the bulletin a uuid?
>
> There should still be some provenance events for this FlowFile from the
> previous points in the flow. If it looks like the uuid of the FlowFile,
> that should be searchable from provenance using the search button on the
> right. Let us know if we can help more.
>
> -Bryan
>
> On Thu, Nov 19, 2015 at 9:10 PM, Charlie Frasure <charliefrasure@gmail.com
> > wrote:
>
>> I have a question on troubleshooting a flow.  I've built a flow with no
>> exception routing, just trying to process the expected values first.  When
>> a file exposes a problem with the logic in my flow, it queues up prior to
>> the flow that is raising the bulletin.
>>
>> In the bulletin, I can see an id, but can't tell which file it is.  Data
>> provenance doesn't seem to help as it passed the flow on the last
>> processor, but hasn't been logged (to my knowledge) on the next one.
>>
>> Is there a way to match the bulletin back to a file without creating a
>> route for failed files?
>>
>
>

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