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14 Apr, 2015 03:15 PM
Sometimes when we run a rebuild or index task on Heroku we have weird errors like:
FATAL: failed to lock /mnt/local/flying-sphinx/xxxxxxxxxxxx/indexes/xxxx_core.spl: Resource temporarily unavailable, will not index. Try --rotate option.
We found that the error basically tell us "hey, you don't have free space in your plan to store your indexes, so upgrade your plan".
Is there a possibility to have an alert by email to say us "Your free space is reaching your plan's limits, please upgrade", when the free space is under a specific umbral ?
on 18 Apr, 2015 08:29 AM
It actually sounds like you had multiple index requests
happening at once, and the second couldn't operate properly because
the first had the specific index file locked.
There are alert emails that go out when you're using more than
your allocated data limit (though you're not automatically cut off
from Sphinx working in these situations).
If you want me to investigate in more detail for your specific
case, feel free to make this ticket private and let me know what
the name of your app is on Heroku.
on 21 Apr, 2015 12:28 PM
Thanks for your response, what you said sounds like the problem we had in the past, so i think we are ok, no need to create a private ticket.
Thanks for your help !!
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