Hi John and Roy,
Yes, I see this problem too with a joinExisting aggregation of mooring data
where the last file in the aggregation is clobbered and recreated every two
To fix it I follow Roy's step 1 AND I reload the app with Tomcat's manager.
(I've found that I need to do both of these steps to correct the problem.)
If I've reloaded the app more than a few times I see the permgen error and
will need to restart Tomcat - most of the time I just restart tomcat after
removing the cache/agg files.
I¹ve struggled to consider a more permanent fix to this problem. If anyone
has some suggestions my ears are wide open.
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On 5/19/11 3:59 PM, "John Maurer" <jmaurer@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> MANY THANKS, ROY! That cleared up all the problems. I'm hugely relieved that I
> and/or my disk weren't going haywire. :) OK, catching my breath... phew.
> John Maurer
> On Thu, May 19, 2011 at 12:48 PM, Roy Mendelssohn <Roy.Mendelssohn@xxxxxxxx>
>> Hi John:
>> We have run into this too, particularly when adding new datasets. Whenever
>> we do, we always do the following and find it clears up the problem:
>> 1. Delete all of $TOMCAT_HOME/content/thredds/cache/agg
>> 2. Delete all of $TOMCAT_HOME/content/thredds/cache/ehcache
>> not certain ehculprit - it looks like the ehcache might assosciate the agg
>> cache with certain datasets, and if that gets changed the list gets out of
>> whack, but that is a wild guess. What I do know is that when we have that
>> problem, those two steps clear it up.
>> The downside is that access to large aggregate datasets is slow the first
>> time they are accessed.
>> On May 19, 2011, at 2:24 PM, John Maurer wrote:
>>> > Hi all,
>>> > I'm seeing some weird behavior today with one of our joinExisting NcML
>>> aggregations for high-frequency radio (HFR). The OPeNDAP page lists
>>> variables that are from a totally different dataset (e.g. HFR does not
>>> measure water temperature):
>>> http://oos.soest.hawaii.edu/thredds/idd/hfr.html?dataset=kokagg. I looked at
>>> "content/thredds/cache/agg/" at the aggregation cache file for the dataset
>>> (hioos-hfr-kokagg) and it confirms that it's strangely pulling files from 3
>>> unrelated datasets: a glider, an NCOM global FMRC, and the HFR data. Since
>>> nothing has changed recently in my config file for the dataset and I haven't
>>> recently upgraded TDS, this has me worried about a possible disk problem
>>> from recent power outages? The three datasets are not subdirectories of each
>>> other, so I don't see how TDS can be lumping them together. Any ideas what
>>> could be causing this?
>>> > In addition to the above, 5 of my FMRC's are suddenly inaccessible today
>>> as well and were recently working just fine. It would seem their file
>>> aggregations may have similarly gone haywire as well, but their cache files
>>> under "content/thredds/collection/" (right?) are binary (.jdb) so I can't
>>> confirm whether they're combining multiple datasets. The catalogs give an
>>> error in threddsServlet.log with the message:
>>> > at
>>> > at ucar.nc2.ft.fmrc.Fmrc.getDataset2D(Fmrc.java:183)
>>> > What's the best way for me to clear all TDS caches? Is it safe to remove
>>> "content/thredds/cache/" entirely?, and then restart Tomcat/TDS? Will it get
>>> re-built then automatically after I access each dataset?
>>> > I've copied the relevant agg and collection caches, config files, and
>>> threddsServlet.log to my anonymous ftp server at:
>>> > ftp.soest.hawaii.edu <http://ftp.soest.hawaii.edu>
>>> > jmaurer/thredds/
>>> > Thanks for your help!,
>>> > John Maurer
>>> > Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS)
>>> > University of Hawaii
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>> Environmental Research Division
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