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comment MongoDB replication failure
@Wesley - Have included a full dump of oplog stats.
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comment MongoDB replication failure
@Wesley - I've updated the post to show the size of the oplog. I'd totally forgotten that this collection was capped.
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comment MongoDB replication failure
@ignivs - Yes, in both cases - (from /etc/ntp.conf) "server 0.amazon.pool.ntp.org iburst" etc
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comment Daemontools (djbtools) freezes processes after system restart
"cd /service; sudo mkdir testservice; sudo chown ec2-user:root -R testservice;" I then place my run and executables in the new directory and start the service. Everything runs fine. Now restart the machine a few times and voila the service will always start but eventually all threads lock and stop. Running the ./run file external to SVC runs without issues, always.
Apr
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comment Daemontools (djbtools) freezes processes after system restart
I've recently managed to recreate this problem. Using a fresh Amazon Linux AMI (HVM), install as per steps provided at cr.yp.to/daemontools/install.html (+compile bug fix). This creates the /command and /service directories. I then create my service directory as follows:
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comment Daemontools (djbtools) freezes processes after system restart
The applications run without issue when not executed via "svc -u". Steps required to reproduce are provided in the post.
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