[Spread-users] spmonitor output from hung spread system

Yair Amir yairamir at cnds.jhu.edu
Fri Feb 8 15:24:58 EST 2002


I looked at the output. It is interesting. There seems to be a problem there
since the ARU of all is much lower then each of the My_aru s(all received up to).
So, that does not make sense. We'll look into it when we have time.
This is a very basic issue and I almost cannot believe it happens in Spread.

You also seem to have a lot of misses on your network - the computers
that miss messages are the last active computer in your configuration file
and the computer before Jabba in your configuration file.


	:) Yair.

Tom Mornini wrote:
> Yesterday I captured this output from what I believe was a hung spread
> system.
> Someone on the list had requested this output when we previously
> discussed this problem.
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> -- Tom Mornini
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>                     Name: spmonitor.txt
>    spmonitor.txt    Type: Plain Text (text/plain)
>                 Encoding: quoted-printable
>                                                   ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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