Indices Created in New Node after Disk Extend


(Ben) #1

Hi, we recently ran out of volume space on one of our
cluster servers, we extended the diLVM volume as normal but now we notice that
after the extend (plus a reboot) that any new indices are now created under
/nodes/1/indices and not /nodes/0/indices and such are not loaded into ES.

Is there a way to change back to the previous node or
migrate the data across to the new one so it’s searchable via KB?

Thanks


(Ben) #2

Anyone believe they may be able to help with this? Since then our cluster has been unstable and noted a number of issues like below:

Caused by: java.nio.file.FileSystemException: /var/lib/elasticsearch/elasticsearch/nodes/0/indices/devicename-2016.02.21/4/index: Too many open files

TranslogException[failed to create new translog file]; nested: FileAlreadyExistsException[/var/lib/elasticsearch/elasticsearch/nodes/0/indices/devicename-2016.03.21/1/translog/translog-17.tlog]


(system) #3