Getting Data In

Why am I getting "ERROR S2SFileReceiver - event=statSize replicationType=eJournalReplication...status=failed" in my indexer cluster?

sympatiko
Communicator

Hi,

I'm getting the following error on my indexers' splunkd.log. I have a RF=3 and SF=3 indexer clustering with 1 master and 1 search head.

ERROR S2SFileReceiver - event=statSize replicationType=eJournalReplication bid=test~26~89C0FF94-5EB0-410A-9B4D-0E17DBD7FB78 path=/opt/splunk/var/lib/splunk/test/db/26_89C0FF94-5EB0-410A-9B4D-0E17DBD7FB78/rawdata/journal.gz status=failed

Any thoughts?

Thanks,

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Prakhar_shukla
Path Finder

it is most likely happening because of corrupted buckets, you can see them in cluster master webpage as well. to fix the issue you need to remove them. please see how to remove bucket in this post

https://answers.splunk.com/answers/184484/what-should-i-do-with-bad-buckets-in-a-clustered-e.html?so...

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lguinn2
Legend

My first thought: Splunk appears to be having difficulty replicating raw data between indexers.
Did clustering ever work, or is this a new setup?
Does this message appear on all indexers?
Is disk space available on all indexers?
Do you have constraints on index size or volume size?
Is the network connection between indexers good?
Is the replication port open between all indexers?
Is the replication port used ONLY for replication (it's not the splunkd port or the receiving port)?
Are all indexers configured identically?
How many indexers are in the cluster?

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sympatiko
Communicator

Did clustering ever work, or is this a new setup?
It is a working cluster environment. I've just experienced it I think thrice.

Does this message appear on all indexers?
No.

Is disk space available on all indexers?
Yes

Do you have constraints on index size or volume size?
None

Is the network connection between indexers good?
Yes

Is the replication port open between all indexers?
Yes

Is the replication port used ONLY for replication (it's not the splunkd port or the receiving port)?
Yes for replication only.

Are all indexers configured identically?
Yes

How many indexers are in the cluster?
There are 3 indexers in the cluster with same configuration.

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mwdbhyat
Builder

Did you ever figure out what this was ?

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vasanthmss
Motivator

@sympatiko: do you found the root cause?

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