Tried to do a rolling upgrade on a 3.0.2 cluster, the normal apt-get upgrade
procedure, but the node1 got stuck at "starting adding mirrors to queues",
for hours, and node2 which is still alive doesn't respond to any rabbitmqctl
commands. Nothing unusual in the logs.. Erlang 14B02.






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  • Carlhoerberg at Mar 9, 2013 at 1:40 pm
    after a restart of node2, node1 was able to start too..






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  • Simon MacMullen at Mar 11, 2013 at 2:55 pm

    On 09/03/13 13:24, carlhoerberg wrote:
    Tried to do a rolling upgrade on a 3.0.2 cluster, the normal apt-get upgrade
    procedure, but the node1 got stuck at "starting adding mirrors to queues",
    for hours, and node2 which is still alive doesn't respond to any rabbitmqctl
    commands. Nothing unusual in the logs.. Erlang 14B02.

    Hmm. I have tested this this and can't replicate (two 3.0.2 nodes with
    mirrored queues, upgrade one of them to 3.0.3). I will stare at the code
    to try to think of anything that could have caused this, but is there
    anything unusual in your use of mirrored queues?


    Cheers, Simon


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  • Carlhoerberg at Mar 11, 2013 at 3:00 pm
    don't think so, only that there's about 100 users and vhosts and about 1000 queues.






    On Monday 11 March 2013 at 22:56, Simon MacMullen-2 [via RabbitMQ] wrote:

    On 09/03/13 13:24, carlhoerberg wrote:
    Tried to do a rolling upgrade on a 3.0.2 cluster, the normal apt-get upgrade
    procedure, but the node1 got stuck at "starting adding mirrors to queues",
    for hours, and node2 which is still alive doesn't respond to any rabbitmqctl
    commands. Nothing unusual in the logs.. Erlang 14B02.

    Hmm. I have tested this this and can't replicate (two 3.0.2 nodes with
    mirrored queues, upgrade one of them to 3.0.3). I will stare at the code
    to try to think of anything that could have caused this, but is there
    anything unusual in your use of mirrored queues?

    Cheers, Simon

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