7 Replies Latest reply on Dec 7, 2004 1:36 AM by graham o'regan

    replication-granularity ATTRIBUTE problem

    Toshiya Kobayahsi Newbie

      hi,

      I'm applying HttpSessionReplication to my application.
      When replication-granularity is SESSION, replication works fine.

      But I set replication-granularity to ATTRIBUTE, and stressed the web-application.Then I got the following error log.

      2004-12-07 14:18:17,410 ERROR [TP-Processor10][org.jboss.cache.TreeCache] commit(): entry for transaction <smtla009:33398>:476 not found

      I changed the log level of TreeCache, and tried again.

      2004-12-07 14:18:17,407 DEBUG [TP-Processor1][org.jboss.cache.TreeCache] _put(<smtla009:33398>:475, "/JSESSION/km2Atal2mscTqdFK7beMAw**", km2Atal2mscTqdFK7beMAw**, org.jboss.invocation.MarshalledValue@7e98f89c)
      2004-12-07 14:18:17,408 DEBUG [TP-Processor10][org.jboss.cache.TreeCache] _put(<smtla009:33398>:476, "/JSESSION/f4Ul4Y9ouu93Ndxk6rOugw**/ATTRIBUTE", homepageVisits, org.jboss.invocation.MarshalledValue@79215bb4)
      2004-12-07 14:18:17,408 DEBUG [TP-Processor1][org.jboss.cache.TreeCache] _put(<smtla009:33398>:475, "/JSESSION/km2Atal2mscTqdFK7beMAw**/ATTRIBUTE", homepageVisits, org.jboss.invocation.MarshalledValue@79215bb3)
      2004-12-07 14:18:17,408 DEBUG [TP-Processor10][org.jboss.cache.TreeCache] callRemoteMethods(): destination list is empty, discarding call
      2004-12-07 14:18:17,408 DEBUG [TP-Processor1][org.jboss.cache.TreeCache] callRemoteMethods(): destination list is empty, discarding call
      2004-12-07 14:18:17,409 DEBUG [TP-Processor10][org.jboss.cache.TreeCache] callRemoteMethods(): destination list is empty, discarding call
      2004-12-07 14:18:17,409 DEBUG [TP-Processor1][org.jboss.cache.TreeCache] callRemoteMethods(): destination list is empty, discarding call
      2004-12-07 14:18:17,409 DEBUG [TP-Processor10][org.jboss.cache.TreeCache] commit(): called to commit cache with gtx <smtla009:33398>:476
      2004-12-07 14:18:17,409 DEBUG [TP-Processor1][org.jboss.cache.TreeCache] commit(): called to commit cache with gtx <smtla009:33398>:475
      2004-12-07 14:18:17,409 DEBUG [TP-Processor10][org.jboss.cache.TreeCache] commit(): releasing lock ...
      2004-12-07 14:18:17,409 DEBUG [TP-Processor1][org.jboss.cache.TreeCache] commit(): releasing lock ...
      2004-12-07 14:18:17,409 DEBUG [TP-Processor10][org.jboss.cache.TreeCache] commit(): releasing lock ...
      2004-12-07 14:18:17,409 DEBUG [TP-Processor1][org.jboss.cache.TreeCache] commit(): releasing lock ...
      2004-12-07 14:18:17,409 DEBUG [TP-Processor10][org.jboss.cache.TreeCache] commit(): releasing lock ...
      2004-12-07 14:18:17,409 DEBUG [TP-Processor1][org.jboss.cache.TreeCache] commit(): releasing lock ...
      2004-12-07 14:18:17,410 DEBUG [TP-Processor1][org.jboss.cache.TreeCache] commit(): removing local transaction key TransactionImpl:XidImpl[FormatId=257, GlobalId=smtla009.osaka.sunmoretec.co.jp/1794, BranchQual=, localId=1794]
      2004-12-07 14:18:17,410 DEBUG [TP-Processor10][org.jboss.cache.TreeCache] commit(): removing local transaction key TransactionImpl:XidImpl[FormatId=257, GlobalId=smtla009.osaka.sunmoretec.co.jp/1795, BranchQual=, localId=1795]
      2004-12-07 14:18:17,410 DEBUG [TP-Processor10][org.jboss.cache.TreeCache] commit(): called to commit cache with gtx <smtla009:33398>:476
      2004-12-07 14:18:17,410 ERROR [TP-Processor10][org.jboss.cache.TreeCache] commit(): entry for transaction <smtla009:33398>:476 not found

      #To avoid CuncurrentModificationException, I had to change one logging code("commit(): releasing lock ...")

      I see two "commit(): called to commit cache with gtx <smtla009:33398>:476".
      Why commit happened twice?
      ATTRIBUTE granularity is not reliable?


      environment:
      RedHat AS2.1
      JDK1.4.2_03
      Apache2+mod_jk2
      JBoss4.0.0
      replication-trigger is SET
      (when SET_AND_NON_PRIMITIVE_GET was set, the result was the same)

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          Bela Ban Master

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          • 2. Re: replication-granularity ATTRIBUTE problem
            graham o'regan Newbie

            I've opened a bug in jira.

            http://jira.jboss.com/jira/browse/JBWEB-7

            This is my first time to use jira.So I'm afraid that I did something wrong.And I couldn't find a way to assign you.(Should I choose porject 'JBossCache' ?)

            Anyway, I will send you a server.log ASAP.

            • 3. Re: replication-granularity ATTRIBUTE problem
              Ben Wang Master

              Thanks for letting me know. Is there a good way to reproduce this problem? If not, can you send me the log file to ben.wang@jboss.com?

              I did some load test when 3.2.6 was released. But none of this problem was discovered, of course.

              -Ben

              • 4. Re: replication-granularity ATTRIBUTE problem
                Toshiya Kobayahsi Newbie

                Thank you for reply.

                This can easily reproduce with a simple servlet handling HttpSession.
                like this:

                public void doGet(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response)
                 throws ServletException, IOException {
                
                 HttpSession session = request.getSession();
                 Integer value = (Integer)session.getAttribute("COUNT");
                 if (value == null) {
                 value = new Integer(0);
                 }
                 session.setAttribute("COUNT", new Integer(value.intValue() + 1));
                
                 /* building html */
                }


                and stress the servlet using JMeter(100threads or more...).
                mod_jk2 is not necessary requirement for this problem.

                I found this problem only with 4.0.0.
                With 3.2.6, this didn't occur.

                This is not log4j issue. The duplicate commit message is found only for the TX which ends up with the error log.

                • 5. Re: replication-granularity ATTRIBUTE problem
                  Ben Wang Master

                  OK, that may explain it. I only did load test on 3.2.6 (although not as heavy, perhaps). Anyway, this is a serious bug. Can you do me a favor of opening a bug in jira.jboss.com (we are migrating to JIRA for issue tracking now)? I'd say the category is either web or just AS.

                  Please assign it to me and I will take a look.

                  thanks again,

                  -Ben

                  • 6. Re: replication-granularity ATTRIBUTE problem
                    Ben Wang Master

                    Oh, one more thing. Would you mind sending me your log. There maybe a chance that I can decipher it.

                    -Ben

                    • 7. Re: replication-granularity ATTRIBUTE problem
                      Toshiya Kobayahsi Newbie

                      I've opened a bug in jira.

                      http://jira.jboss.com/jira/browse/JBWEB-7

                      This is my first time to use jira.So I'm afraid that I did something wrong.And I couldn't find a way to assign you.(Should I choose porject 'JBossCache' ?)

                      Anyway, I will send you a server.log ASAP.