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  • John Bergman 450 posts 1054 karma points
    Nov 11, 2019 @ 22:31
    John Bergman
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    Examine Indexes get corrupted or need to be rebuilt frequently, document cache not always updated

    Umbraco 7.14.0, Examine 0.1.90.

    Running on Azure, we followed the instructions and generally work pretty well; but we seem to have an issue where the Examine indexes sometimes are corrupted and need rebuilt (via the UI), and/or saved documents never make it to the cache, even after more than a day.

    This causes either downtime sometimes or old cms data to be used. It happens to all of the indexes, not just the content related index.

    Our azure currently is setup to autoscale, but we do not see any scaling events anywhere near the window where the issue occur. Our Azure SQL database is setup as standard S3.

    Any pointers as to where to look to solve this spuratic behavior or help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks, John

  • John Bergman 450 posts 1054 karma points
    Nov 13, 2019 @ 19:21
    John Bergman
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    I noticed this today (in my dev environment, not in the Azure one described above):

    2019-11-13 11:59:00,219 [P3648/D2/T18] WARN Umbraco.Web.PublishedCache.XmlPublishedCache.PublishedMediaCache - Failed (10 times) to retrieve medias from Examine index and had to load them from DB. This may indicate that the Examine index is corrupted.

    Does this trigger Examine to rebuild its indexes?

  • Shannon Deminick 1494 posts 5045 karma points hq
    1 week ago
    Shannon Deminick
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    No that does not force a rebuild of indexes.

    How have you configured examine? You mentioned on this issue https://github.com/Shazwazza/Examine/issues/142 that you have everything configured but can you please post your config?

    You've posted one log issue about (not your auto-scale setup) but can you also tell us what issue you are seeing? What do you mean by 'corrupted' in these cases specifically?

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