Data Node Shuts Down Unexpectedly Shortly After Other Node Failure Due to GCP Stop
(Doc ID 2378948.1)
Last updated on MARCH 24, 2019
Applies to:MySQL Cluster - Version 7.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
In a cluster, a host stops responding such that the global checkpoint (GCP) lags start to increase. This can for example happen in connection with a disk hardware issue where the data node will still send heartbeats for a while. Eventually the data node on the affected host is killed, for example due to missed heartbeats. A very short time after, a healthy node is shut down due to a GCP stop:
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