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jdbc river won't start

Abid Hussain
Hi,

we are running ES on a single node cluster.

I'm facing the issue that a river is not being started after being re-created. In detail, we first delete the index the river refers to, then delete the river and then create it again.

GET /_river/my_river/_meta
{
   
"_index": "_river",
   
"_type": "my_river",
   
"_id": "_meta",
   
"_version": 12,
   
"found": true,
   
"_source": {
     
"type": "jdbc",
     
"jdbc": {
         
"driver": "com.mysql.jdbc.Driver",
         
"url": "jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/my_db",
         
"user": "user",
         
"password": "***",
         
"index": "my_index",
         
"type": "my_customer",
         
"sql": "SELECT * FROM my_customer"
     
}
   
}
}

Unfortunately, the river is not being started after creating it. When I request the river state it tells me that it ran last time yesterday:
{
   
"state": [
     
{
         
"name": "my_river",
         
"type": "jdbc",
         
"started": "2015-02-10T01:00:06.997Z",
         
"last_active_begin": "2015-02-10T01:00:07.030Z",
         
"last_active_end": "2015-02-10T01:53:34.364Z",
         
"map": {
           
"lastExecutionStartDate": 1423530007825,
           
"aborted": false,
           
"lastEndDate": 1423533216703,
           
"counter": 1,
           
"lastExecutionEndDate": 1423533214363,
           
"lastStartDate": 1423530007608,
           
"suspended": false
         
}
     
}
   
]
}

The connection properties didn't change since last succesful run.

In the logs is nothing said, except the message after deleting the index.

Any idea what could be the problem?

Regards,

Abid

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Re: jdbc river won't start

joergprante@gmail.com
You are sure you executed

curl -XDELETE 'localhost:9200/_river/my_river/'

before creating the new river with same name? I see there is '_version: 12', this means, you did not stop the old river instance with DELETE.

Jörg

On Wed, Feb 11, 2015 at 2:38 PM, Abid Hussain <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

we are running ES on a single node cluster.

I'm facing the issue that a river is not being started after being re-created. In detail, we first delete the index the river refers to, then delete the river and then create it again.

GET /_river/my_river/_meta
{
   
"_index": "_river",
   
"_type": "my_river",
   
"_id": "_meta",
   
"_version": 12,
   
"found": true,
   
"_source": {
     
"type": "jdbc",
     
"jdbc": {
         
"driver": "com.mysql.jdbc.Driver",
         
"url": "jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/my_db",
         
"user": "user",
         
"password": "***",
         
"index": "my_index",
         
"type": "my_customer",
         
"sql": "SELECT * FROM my_customer"
     
}
   
}
}

Unfortunately, the river is not being started after creating it. When I request the river state it tells me that it ran last time yesterday:
{
   
"state": [
     
{
         
"name": "my_river",
         
"type": "jdbc",
         
"started": "2015-02-10T01:00:06.997Z",
         
"last_active_begin": "2015-02-10T01:00:07.030Z",
         
"last_active_end": "2015-02-10T01:53:34.364Z",
         
"map": {
           
"lastExecutionStartDate": 1423530007825,
           
"aborted": false,
           
"lastEndDate": 1423533216703,
           
"counter": 1,
           
"lastExecutionEndDate": 1423533214363,
           
"lastStartDate": 1423530007608,
           
"suspended": false
         
}
     
}
   
]
}

The connection properties didn't change since last succesful run.

In the logs is nothing said, except the message after deleting the index.

Any idea what could be the problem?

Regards,

Abid

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Re: jdbc river won't start

Abid Hussain
That was it. I deleted the river using
DELETE /_river/my_river/_meta

but that was wrong, I should have used:
DELETE /_river/my_river/

Thanks!


Am Mittwoch, 11. Februar 2015 15:13:47 UTC+1 schrieb Jörg Prante:
You are sure you executed

curl -XDELETE 'localhost:9200/_river/my_river/'

before creating the new river with same name? I see there is '_version: 12', this means, you did not stop the old river instance with DELETE.

Jörg

On Wed, Feb 11, 2015 at 2:38 PM, Abid Hussain <<a href="javascript:" target="_blank" gdf-obfuscated-mailto="Xl0TvFCqWzkJ" rel="nofollow" onmousedown="this.href='javascript:';return true;" onclick="this.href='javascript:';return true;">hus...@...> wrote:
Hi,

we are running ES on a single node cluster.

I'm facing the issue that a river is not being started after being re-created. In detail, we first delete the index the river refers to, then delete the river and then create it again.

GET /_river/my_river/_meta
{
   
"_index": "_river",
   
"_type": "my_river",
   
"_id": "_meta",
   
"_version": 12,
   
"found": true,
   
"_source": {
     
"type": "jdbc",
     
"jdbc": {
         
"driver": "com.mysql.jdbc.Driver",
         
"url": "jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/my_db",
         
"user": "user",
         
"password": "***",
         
"index": "my_index",
         
"type": "my_customer",
         
"sql": "SELECT * FROM my_customer"
     
}
   
}
}

Unfortunately, the river is not being started after creating it. When I request the river state it tells me that it ran last time yesterday:
{
   
"state": [
     
{
         
"name": "my_river",
         
"type": "jdbc",
         
"started": "2015-02-10T01:00:06.997Z",
         
"last_active_begin": "2015-02-10T01:00:07.030Z",
         
"last_active_end": "2015-02-10T01:53:34.364Z",
         
"map": {
           
"lastExecutionStartDate": 1423530007825,
           
"aborted": false,
           
"lastEndDate": 1423533216703,
           
"counter": 1,
           
"lastExecutionEndDate": 1423533214363,
           
"lastStartDate": 1423530007608,
           
"suspended": false
         
}
     
}
   
]
}

The connection properties didn't change since last succesful run.

In the logs is nothing said, except the message after deleting the index.

Any idea what could be the problem?

Regards,

Abid

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