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It'd start failing with these, and I noticed that etcd appeared to cache who it's peers were. BSoD Maybe you have already met this Internal Error Next_cluster On Bad Cluster before. FAT32 root dir starts with a bad cluster! /home/user # /home/user # /home/user # fsck -r /dev/mmcblk0p1 fsck 1.41.3.maemo0 (12-Oct-2008) dosfsck 2.11, 12 Mar 2005, FAT32, LFN There are differences between Changing advertised peer url needs to get approved by the majority of the existing cluster. have a peek at this web-site

No further changes may be made. Any alternatives to suggest? threetee commented Sep 30, 2014 +1, I ran into this when resizing storage on a coreos cluster node (vanilla three-node cluster, created from the official CoreOS CloudFormation template). Fortunately it's not production stack however I don't know what to do if I get this on production.

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Please keep an eye on #1242 mfischer-zd commented Oct 27, 2014 Excellent, looking forward to it. I ran into a corrupted memory after unplugging the USB from the office PC. I've tried few codes of mounting and this is what I get: PHP Code: BusyBoxv1.20.0(Debian1.20.0power1)free_clusters,free); if (interactive) printf( "1) Correct\n2) Don't correct\n" ); else printf( " Auto-correcting.\n" ); if (!interactive || get_key("12","?") == '1') do_set = 1; } } else { printf( "Free

  • lukescott commented Oct 27, 2014 @xiangli-cmu So what happens when the majority (at least 3?) is not alive?
  • when i run native chkdsk from MS-DOS, chkdsk reports all files as lost clusters chains.
  • We've also tried to note where possible that etcd is not production ready, this was especially true with etcd 0.4.x, and many of the issues have been resolved on the master Notification sent to Richard Hirst : Bug acknowledged by developer. jhiemer referenced this issue in cloudfoundry/cf-release Sep 14, 2014 Closed Issue with metron_agent and loggregator. #500 jhiemer commented Sep 14, 2014 seems that I am having the same issue here in Etcd Disaster Recovery Consider rebooting your computer utilizing the Safe Mode but only after detaching the devices linked to it and uninstalling the newest software.

    Problem is that dosfsck will write entry with all zeroes on which msdos stops reading a directory. Etcd Recovery doh! Is there something I can do to help move this forward? (Unfortunately I am not much of a Go guy, so trying to fix it myself isn't much of an option) I can give you access for 1 day and you can look it.

    Full text and rfc822 format available. Restart Etcd Please kick the tires on 0.5.0 and file new issues to help us produce an awesome release. FAT32 root dir starts with a bad cluster! /home/user # All codes end up with the same error. Is this something that will be addressed in 0.5?

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    See the GNU General Public License for more details. gabrtv commented Oct 7, 2014 We are also seeing this while performing HA testing. $ curl http://10.21.2.171:4001/v2/stats/leader {"errorCode":300,"message":"Raft Internal Error","index":32580} $ cat /etc/lsb-release DISTRIB_ID=CoreOS DISTRIB_RELEASE=459.0.0 DISTRIB_CODENAME="Red Dog" DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="CoreOS 459.0.0" $ etcd Etcd Force New Cluster Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time. Etcd Remove Member Last modified: Thu Nov 24 21:22:23 2016; Machine Name: buxtehude Debian Bug tracking system Copyright (C) 1999 Darren O.

    Assuming EOF. http://magsuite.com/internal-error/internal-error-2737.html gus commented Oct 6, 2014 Same behavior right now, and we're using 410.2.0 gregory90 commented Oct 6, 2014 Same here on 459.0.0. 2 host setup. I understand that the cluster cannot function without the majority, but is there any way for it to recover after it loses the majority and gets new members? Collaborator xiang90 commented Oct 27, 2014 @lukescott @mfischer-zd Are etcd trying to prevent the misconfiguration problem in 0.5? Etcd Join Cluster

    The sequence of he commands you pasted suggests not. Full text and rfc822 format available. Full text and rfc822 format available. http://magsuite.com/internal-error/internal-error-6.html etcd requires all the configuration to be done explicitly by API.

    Here is a short walkthrough of that, may be long, depends on the amount of data, procedure: http://talk.maemo.org/showpost.php?p...8&postcount=16 Quote & Reply| The Following User Says Thank You to michaaa62 For Client: Etcd Cluster Is Unavailable Or Misconfigured If the missing one is a system file, you can fix the error by simply getting a copy of it on the web. Thank you for reporting the bug, which will now be closed.

    Which, I didn't feel was particularly appropriate, so I hacked a way to clear it's "cache" if-you-will by clearing items in the /var/lib/etcd dir, and specifically I would, on each CoreOS

    This forces etcd to believe that the reinstalled node is a brand new machine and it has to do a full sync with the existing nodes. The thing that can induce the occurrence of this error is the current change in your PC�s hardware or software. Oct 03 19:17:41 localhost etcd[905]: [etcd] Oct 3 19:17:41.128 INFO | f92851674e784fbe983ff49263610c65: leader changed from '' to 'f92851674e784fbe983ff49263610c65'. Etcd Add Member Setting to EOF.\n", i-2,fs->fat[i].value,fs->clusters+2-1); set_fat(fs,i,-1); } free(first);}void set_fat(DOS_FS *fs,unsigned long cluster,unsigned long new){ unsigned char data[4]; int size; loff_t offs; if ((long)new == -1) new = FAT_EOF(fs); else if ((long)new ==

    Quote & Reply| michaaa62 View Public Profile Send a private message to michaaa62 Find all posts by michaaa62 K9999 2012-05-19 , 14:08 Posts: 168| Thanked: 116 times | Joined on Mar Thanks asiragusa commented Oct 26, 2014 I managed to patch this by changing the ports etcd listens to for each install. Thanks god, linux can see them without troubles and it looks okay, so i can at least backup them. http://magsuite.com/internal-error/internal-error-2103.html yichengq added the bug label Aug 28, 2014 Telvary commented Aug 28, 2014 +1 here.

    Enter Control Panel, click System and find Security. Full text and rfc822 format available. That happens if the snapshot is very large. won't need it for production for another month, but it's a pretty serious issue...

    We are planning this Competition to happen November 2016 till February 2017. Roman Hodek (supplier of updated dosfstools package) (This message was generated automatically at their request; if you believe that there is a problem with it please contact the archive administrators SergeyZh commented Aug 14, 2014 I use etcd which bundled with last CoreOS: /usr/bin/etcd --version etcd version 0.4.4 SergeyZh commented Aug 14, 2014 I have the server where the problem is entries in a directory. (Was wrong for non-FAT32 if first entry in root dir was a directory also.) - Also create mkfs.vfat and fsck.vfat symlinks, so that also filesystems listed with

    Where no other tool might access the disk any more due to corruption to partition table or file system, it has a heuristic to assume patterns of file type as well Use which FAT ?\n" "1) Use first FAT\n2) Use second FAT\n"); if (get_key("12","?") == '1') { fs_write(fs->fat_start+fs->fat_size,eff_size,first); } else { fs_write(fs->fat_start,eff_size,second); memcpy(first,second,eff_size); } } else { printf("FATs differ but appear to Notification sent to "Radim Kolar" : Bug acknowledged by developer. IT SHOULD BE FIXED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

    cloudfoundry/cf-release#500 Only to solve this is by removing/readding etcd as a new deployment? jbrandstetter commented Aug 18, 2014 I'm on etcd version 0.4.4, latest stable channel For now I have reconfigured the machines to use a new discovery url when that happens. Last modified: Thu Nov 24 21:22:24 2016; Machine Name: buxtehude Debian Bug tracking system Copyright (C) 1999 Darren O. This way, you can do what is necessary to address the problem.

    You can do such after you restart your personal computer. I updated my CloudFormation stack, which requires the EC2 instances to be terminated and recreated, but which is done using a rolling update with MinInstancesInService=3 and should maintain the etcd cluster. Oct 03 19:17:41 localhost etcd[905]: [etcd] Oct 3 19:17:41.113 INFO | The path /var/lib/etcd/log is in btrfs Oct 03 19:17:41 localhost etcd[905]: [etcd] Oct 3 19:17:41.124 INFO | Set NOCOW to we saw this problem during our tests at Iron.io tracker1 commented Sep 23, 2014 Any updates?

    No further changes may be made. Assuming EOF. The data dir on node A contains various development credentials. Most of the problems I found from the logs are caused by misconfiguration.