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Solr process getting killed suddenly

Adriano Rogério de O. Carolino de Melo
Hi, does anybody know why Solr Java process is terminated with no reason?
The OOM script does not run. In the server logs does not show anything.
Solr is running with 25g of Java heap and only using 20%.

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Re: Solr process getting killed suddenly

Anshum Gupta
Hi Adriano,

Can you provide more information around what are you doing? Answers to
questions like the following would be very useful for anyone who might try
to help you here:

1. What version of Solr are you using?
2. Is this vanilla, or are you using something custom w.r.t. the code as
well as config.
3. How are you running Solr? Do you see any logs at all, if so, can you
share those?

These are just some of the questions you can provide the answer to. Feel
free to add to these.

Also, is there a specific reason for you to run w/ a 25G heap ?

On Wed, Aug 21, 2019 at 3:52 PM Adriano Rogério de O. Carolino de Melo <
[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi, does anybody know why Solr Java process is terminated with no reason?
> The OOM script does not run. In the server logs does not show anything.
> Solr is running with 25g of Java heap and only using 20%.
>
> --
> *Adriano Melo*
> Tel.: (83) 98875-1868
>


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Re: Solr process getting killed suddenly

Shawn Heisey-2
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On 8/21/2019 4:44 PM, Adriano Rogério de O. Carolino de Melo wrote:
> Hi, does anybody know why Solr Java process is terminated with no reason?

What OS is it running on?  Maybe it's the OS killing it.  How did you
install/start Solr, and what version is it?

> The OOM script does not run. In the server logs does not show anything.
> Solr is running with 25g of Java heap and only using 20%.

Can you share the GC logs that Solr writes?  Another piece of
information that would be extremely useful is the screenshot described here:

https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/solr/SolrPerformanceProblems#SolrPerformanceProblems-Askingforhelponamemory/performanceissue

Be sure that the listing is sorted according to the description there.
There are instructions for Windows as well as most other operating systems.

You will need to use a file sharing site to share logs and screenshots.
The mailing list almost never allows attachments through.

Thanks,
Shawn