out of shares error
zookog at gmail.com
Sat Mar 22 19:13:53 UTC 2014
On Sat, Mar 22, 2014 at 12:54 PM, Greg Troxel <gdt at ir.bbn.com> wrote:
> I just rebuilt tahoe-lafs from pkgsrc with updated py-OpenSSL and the
> newly vast set of dependencies for it. So far everything seems to be
> ok. I ran a deep-check --add-lease over an alias with about 5500
> objects (and I believe all is healthy).
> After a long time of 'NN00 objects checked', I got:
> 5500 objects checked..
> ERROR: NotEnoughSharesError(ran out of shares: complete=
> pending=Share(sh9-on-[redacted]),Share(sh3-on-[redacted]) overdue=
> unused= need 3. Last failure: None)
> "[Failure instance: Traceback (failure with no frames): <class
> 'allmydata.interfaces.NotEnoughSharesError'>: ran out of shares:
> complete= pending=Share(sh9-on-[redacted]),Share(sh3-on-[redacted])
> overdue= unused= need 3. Last failure: None"
> and I'm wondering if that's running out of memory in the tahoe process,
> vs a remote filesystem error.
Hrm, this is confusing. Is it saying that it finished checking all
5500, and then… *after* it finished checking them it reported this
Could you run a "deep-check" operation in the WUI instead of the CLI
and see if that gives more understandable results?
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