xi_meta.MYD running wild..

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xi_meta.MYD running wild..

Postby clkc » Thu Jul 04, 2019 7:14 am


Had a system outage and after that some issues, xi_meta.MYD have gone crazy is on 66GB now.
The cron job DBMaint job is running but not cleaning up apparently, under the admin module "database maintenance" says not run for a couple days, but cron job is running, attached dbmaint.log.
Im seeing quite a few of these entries one logs, but guessing it load since they come and go:
PHP Warning: mysqli_real_connect(): (08004/1040): Too many connections in /usr/local/nagiosxi/html/db/adodb/drivers/adodb-mysqli.inc.php on line 125

Repair database script does not help.

And I am also unable to apply configuration, cmdsubsys.log just saying:

Another reconfigure process is still running, sleeping...
Another reconfigure process is still running, sleeping...
Another reconfigure process is still running, sleeping...

The event_handler log is always going wild, seems to be looping with the same event queue id and log growing.

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Re: xi_meta.MYD running wild..

Postby mcapra » Mon Jul 08, 2019 11:15 am

You could start with increasing the max connections allowed to the MySQL database:
https://support.nagios.com/kb/article/n ... s-513.html

It's possible the DB maint job just isn't able to grab a connection to do its work.
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Re: xi_meta.MYD running wild..

Postby benjaminsmith » Mon Jul 08, 2019 4:58 pm

@mcapra Thanks for the assistance today!

Also, please try running the following command to repair your database and send us your system profile if the issue persists. Thanks
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mysqlcheck -r -f -uroot -pnagiosxi --all-databases --use_frm

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