Opening a view that is expected to contain a large topology results in an error and the
/opt/stackstate/var/log/stackstate.log log shows an exception similar to:
... Starting ViewEventSummaryStream web socket stream failed.
com.stackvista.graph.hbase.StackHBaseException: Error while accessing HBase
Caused by: java.io.InterruptedIOException: Origin: InterruptedException
Topology elements that are not cached are not fully retrieved from StackGraph within a certain period of time before a timeout,
InterruptedException, is triggered.
Increase the cache size by editing StackState's configuration.
/opt/stackstate/etc/application_stackstate.conf add the following configuration
stackgraph.vertex.cache.size = <size> where
<size> is the number of Graph vertices. An initial cache size can be obtained by adding:
- number of components * 10
- number of relations * 10
- number of checks * 5
The default cache size is set to 8191. Make sure the cache size is defined as a power of two minus one, e.g.
2^13-1 = 8191.
Make sure that StackState has enough memory available, the available memory can be configured by editing:
/opt/stackstate/etc/processmanager/processmanager.conf. Under process named
<N> is the number of desired GBs of memory. For example, change the setting to
-Xmx8G to have 8 GBs of memory available to StackState.
Restart StackState, by
sudo systemctl restart stackstate.service, for the changes to be effective.
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