INVALID_DOMAIN_LIST or Langauage Development Errors error in crawl, at startup or on the runtime
Last updated on MARCH 15, 2018
Applies to:Oracle Knowledge - Version 22.214.171.124 to 126.96.36.199 [Release 8.1 to 8.4]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
The INVALID_DOMAIN_LIST (Invalid Domain List) error can happen at different points in the Inquira indexer, workclient and runtime processes. In general it means that the working copy of the dictionary, found in the userdata\runtime directory, has files that are not readable or are corrupted or missing. This can happen for a number of reasons.
- A bad save to the dictionary from the workbench.
- A bad synch - some files did not get transfered correctly to the runtime.
- A bad propagation, either bad dictionary files from the previous environment or a bad checkout to the working copy of the dictionary in userdata.
1. Dictionary checkouts in the new environment can cause file issues if something was incorrectly saved or checked out. In this case you will see Language development errors with files.
[AWT-EventQueue-0 @ Mon Feb 12 11:13:11 EST 2018 - LanguageDevelopment] ([AWT-EventQueue-0 @ Mon Feb 12 11:13:11 EST 2018 - LanguageDevelopment] (svn: Checksum mismatch for 'CONCEPT/440'; expected: '5564f219645e8462f50dd0756971cff9', actual: 'f146b58651a210667fa1583b7f81a836'))
[AWT-EventQueue-0 @ Mon Feb 12 11:13:11 EST 2018 - LanguageDevelopment] (svn: Checksum mismatch for 'CONCEPT/440'; expected: '5564f219645e8462f50dd0756971cff9', actual: 'f146b58651a210667fa1583b7f81a836')
svn: Checksum mismatch for 'CONCEPT/440'; expected: '5564f219645e8462f50dd0756971cff9', actual: 'f146b58651a210667fa1583b7f81a836'
2. Document indexing fails with error: FORWARD_INDEX_PROCESS_DOCUMENT fails with com.inquira.userdata.UserDataException: INVALID_DOMAIN_LIST null
An examination of the application log showed that nearly every page presented for indexing was failing with the following error:
[117 Local Workclient-default-taskrun(639)] Event(Code=FORWARD_INDEX_PROCESS_DOCUMENT, id=#9B0I639P-1) started at 06/10/08 11:58: Indexing document [id: 50, Fetch URL http://localhost/manual/howto/ssi.html] in Collection ApacheManual.
[118 Local Workclient-default-taskrun (640)] Failed to index with exception: com.inquira.userdata.UserDataException: [Local Workclient-default-taskrun @ Mon Oct 06 11:58:48 BST 2008 - Indexing] (INVALID_DOMAIN_LIST null)
3. Such errors only caused the indexing of the particular document to fail, not complete aborting of the job. If all documents fail then global maintenance will fail and the job would fail completely. Examination of the log showed the reason for the failure as:
[26 Local Workclient-default-taskrun (3120)] Status: Global maintenance aborted, since there are no active documents!
[27 Local Workclient-default-taskrun(3122)] Event(Code=NO_ACTIVE_DOCUMENTS, id=#11B0I3122P-1) with Failure occurred at 06/10/08 12:07: There are no active documents and no content to be searched.Consequence : Check that you have acquired and properly processed content before continuing.Corrective Action : Check that you have acquired and properly processed content before continuing.
[28 Local Workclient-default-taskrun(3120)] Event(Code=RECEIVE_EVENT, id=#11B0I3120P-1) with Failure ended at 06/10/08 12:07 after 513 ms: Received event 76b6d788-9394-11dd-9a9f-904c16481716#11B1I3119P3118 from scheduler to Local Workclient.
[29 Scheduler(85)] SCHEDULER_RUN_JOB resumed at 01/01/70 00:59: Job 'ApacheManual_FullProcess'.
[30 Scheduler(3118)] SCHEDULER_RUN_TASK resumed at 01/01/70 00:59: Task [ApacheManual_FullProcess/Global Maintenance] assigned to workclient Local Workclient.
[31 Scheduler(3123)] Event(Code=SCHEDULER_TASK_FAILURE, id=#11B0I3123P-1) with Failure occurred at 06/10/08 12:07: Task [ApacheManual_FullProcess/Global Maintenance] completed with errors.
[32 Scheduler(3118)] Event(Code=SCHEDULER_RUN_TASK, id=#11B0I3118P-1) with Failure ended at 06/10/08 12:07 after 579 ms: Task [ApacheManual_FullProcess/Global Maintenance] assigned to workclient Local Workclient.
[33 Scheduler (85)] UNKNOWN MESSAGE ID "SCHEDULER_STALLED_DUE_TO_FAILURE" called with: "com.inquira.scheduler.job.TaskSummary@1d8c1b8"
[34 Scheduler(85)] Event(Code=SCHEDULER_RUN_JOB, id=#6B0I85P-1) with Failure ended at 06/10/08 12:07 after 694,986 ms: Job 'ApacheManual_FullProcess'.
[35 Scheduler (12)] UNKNOWN MESSAGE ID "SCHEDULER_STALLED_JOB" called with: "ApacheManual_FullProcess"
[36 Scheduler(3124)] Event(Code=SCHEDULER_JOB_STALLED, id=#11B0I3124P-1) with Failure occurred at 06/10/08 12:07: Job stalled [ApacheManual_FullProcess]. Due to errors/dependencies, job can no longer make progress.
Hence global maintenance aborted as there was nothing to process because all of the crawled pages had failed indexation.
First find the point in your system that is working:
If the runtime failed with the invalid domain error, see if the last crawl was successful in the system manager, and the indexer ui.jsp is working as expected.
To check the crawl it can be neccessary to look at the indexer binary log for the invalid_domain_list error. For instructions see (Doc ID 1363089.1)
To check the indexer ui.jsp use this url (http://localhost:8222/inquirawb/ui.jsp), remembering this is a public interface, no security is in place so only public documents will return.
Indexed collection counts in the system manager can also be used to know if the crawl worked successfully.
If the indexer seems good then simply reset the runtime. see step 7 in this knowledge article: (Doc ID 2009225.1)
If the indexer is not working or the crawl was not successful check if a propagation was done in the last couple days from the preceding environment. Then check the indexer in the proceeding environment for the same information about the last crawl, collections and if the ui.jsp is working on the indexer and the runtime.
You have to work your way back to what is working and move that forward again.
You could just need to repropagate or you could have to go back to the dictionary and resave a change and propagate all the way through again.
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