Since yesterday, new client-only nodes I bring up can no longer discover
existing nodes on different machines ("waited for 30s and no initial state
was set by the discovery").
What's odd is that I haven't changed anything in my setup (elasticsearch
0.90.2, elasticsearch-cloud-aws 1.12.0, S3 gateway), and the machines are
in the same security group and can see each other (i.e. I can connect to
I've seen this problem previously, but only sporadically.
If I bring up a 2nd data node, rather than just a client node, the 1st data
node appears to get stuck in a "auto expanded replicas" loop and eventually
runs out of memory...
2013-08-01 10:47:41,620 [INFO] cluster.metadata - [Blindside] updating
number_of_replicas to  for indices [xyz]
2013-08-01 10:47:41,640 [INFO] cluster.metadata - [Blindside] [xyz] auto
expanded replicas to 
I tried setting "discovery.ec2.ping_timeout" to "15s", but that doesn't
make any difference. Other ideas?
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