gadmin logcommand are those for Zookeeper and Kafka, which can be found here:
bash install_tools.shto install all missing packages. You will need an internet connection to install the missing dependencies.
bash -x install.sh
/homedirectory requires at least 200MB of space, or the installation will fail with an out of disk message. This is temporary only during installation and will be moved to the root directory once installation is complete.
/tmpdirectory requires at least 1GB of space, or the installation will fail with an out of disk message
iptablescommand. Please refer to the example below to help with your firewall configuration.
free -gto check available memory and swap status, or you can also monitor the memory usage of specific queries through GPE logs. To avoid running into insufficient memory problems, optimize the data structure used within the query or increase the physical memory size on the machine.
sar 1 10. If you are writing (PRINT) one line at a time and there are many lines, storing the data in one data structure before printing may improve the query performance.
???, it means network IO is very high.
gadmin statusand possibly check the logs for any issues that you find from the status check.
gadmin restart gpe -y. Proceed to refine your query and make sure your loops within the query are able to break out of the loop.
WHEREclause, and that no vertices have entered into the
POST-ACCUMphase. If you see more than 0 vertex reduces, but activated 0 vertices, this means all the vertices were filtered out by the
$(gadmin config get System.LogRoot)/gpe/log.INFO. You can monitor how much memory a query is using by searching the log file for the request ID and filter for lines that contain
"FreePct"indicates the percentage of the system free memory. The following example shows the system free memory is 69%:
~/tigergraph/gstoreand store them on separate disks.
gadmin status gpeIf GPE is down, you can find the logs necessary with this command :
gadmin log -v gpe
gadmin status kafkaIf it is down, take a look at the log with this command :
gadmin log gsql. Please look for these error codes:
~/tigergraph/logs/admin_server/You will want to take a look at the INFO file. The service log is each of the services respectively.
gadmin log <service_name>will show you the location of these log files.
gadmin statusto show the status of key TigerGraph processes. As with all other processes, you are able to find the log file locations for GSE by the
gadmin logcommand. Refer to the Location of Log Files for more information about which files to check.
gadmin status licenseThis command will show you the expiration date of your license.
dmesg -Tcommand to check any errors.
gadmin statusto verify all the components are in good shape. Two known causes of GraphStudio crashes are :
gadmin config. The default limit is 33554432 bytes.
gadmin log gui
gadmin restart gui -yto restart the GraphStudio service. Follow along the log file to see what is happening :
tail -f /home/tigergraph/tigergraph/logs/gui/gui_INFO.log