• Bug
  • Status: Closed
  • 1 Critical
  • Resolution: Fixed
  • hhuynh
  • Reporter: tgautier
  • March 22, 2008
  • 0
  • Watchers: 0
  • April 18, 2008
  • March 28, 2008

Description

This message:

INFO] [node] 2008-03-22 19:26:16,622 ERROR - [INFO] [node] ************************************************************************************** [INFO] [node] The statistics buffer couldn’t be opened at [INFO] [node] ‘/Users/tgautier/src/forge/projects/jmx-util/trunk/sample/statistics-192.168.110.101’. [INFO] [node] The CVT system will not be active for this node. [INFO] [node] [INFO] [node] A common reason for this is that you’re launching several Terracotta L1 [INFO] [node] clients on the same machine. The default directory for the statistics buffer [INFO] [node] uses the IP address of the machine that it runs on as the identifier. [INFO] [node] When several clients are being executed on the same machine, a typical solution [INFO] [node] to properly separate these directories is by using a JVM property at startup [INFO] [node] that is unique for each client. [INFO] [node] [INFO] [node] For example: [INFO] [node] dso-java.sh -Dtc.node-name=node1 your.main.Class [INFO] [node] [INFO] [node] You can then adapt the tc-config.xml file so that this JVM property is picked [INFO] [node] up when the statistics directory is configured by using %(tc.node-name) in the [INFO] [node] statistics path. [INFO] [node] ************************************************************************************** [INFO] [node]

Should be a WARN level, not ERROR.

Comments

Abhishek Singh 2008-03-28

Resolved in [email protected] and merged in [email protected] branch