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    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Critical Critical
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: 0.10
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: C++ Clustering
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    • Environment:

      Two node persistent cluster using openais. Both nodes are CentOS 5.5.

      Description

      I have configured qpid 0.10 c++ brocker as 2 node persistent cluster. I was worked without any issue for few hours or sometimes one or two day. But one node went down after some time with following error.
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      2011-05-30 12:55:28 warning Journal "OPC_MESSAGE_QUEUE": Enqueue capacity threshold exceeded on queue "OPC_MESSAGE_QUEUE".
      2011-05-30 12:55:28 error Unexpected exception: Enqueue capacity threshold exceeded on queue "OPC_MESSAGE_QUEUE". (JournalImpl.cpp:587)
      2011-05-30 12:55:28 error Connection 192.168.1.138:5672-192.168.1.10:58839 closed by error: Enqueue capacity threshold exceeded on queue "OPC_MESSAGE_QUEUE". (JournalImpl.cpp:587)(501)
      2011-05-30 12:55:28 critical cluster(192.168.1.138:6321 READY/error) local error 11545 did not occur on member 192.168.1.139:25161: Enqueue capacity threshold exceeded on queue "OPC_MESSAGE_QUEUE". (JournalImpl.cpp:587)
      2011-05-30 12:55:28 critical Error delivering frames: local error did not occur on all cluster members : Enqueue capacity threshold exceeded on queue "OPC_MESSAGE_QUEUE". (JournalImpl.cpp:587) (qpid/cluster/ErrorCheck.cpp:89)
      2011-05-30 12:55:28 notice cluster(192.168.1.138:6321 LEFT/error) leaving cluster QCLUSTER
      2011-05-30 12:55:28 notice Shut down
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      But the remaining node is working without any issue.

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          • Assignee:
            Alan Conway
            Reporter:
            sujith paily
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