Uploaded image for project: 'WiredTiger'
  1. WiredTiger
  2. WT-656

test/format failure: checkpoint ranges never verified

    • Type: Icon: Task Task
    • Resolution: Done
    • WT1.6.5
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Component/s: None
    • Labels:

      This issue is reproduced with the following configuration:

      ############################################
      #  RUN PARAMETERS
      ############################################
      # bitcnt not applicable to this run
      cache=30
      compression=none
      data_extend=0
      data_source=table
      delete_pct=7
      dictionary=1
      file_type=row-store
      hot_backups=0
      huffman_key=0
      huffman_value=0
      insert_pct=50
      internal_key_truncation=0
      internal_page_max=13
      key_gap=16
      key_max=64
      key_min=12
      leaf_page_max=12
      ops=500000
      prefix=1
      repeat_data_pct=30
      reverse=0
      rows=100
      runs=0
      split_pct=52
      threads=20
      value_max=256
      value_min=19
      # wiredtiger_config not applicable to this run
      write_pct=45
      ############################################
      

      The configuration is very similar to that in issue WT-639, but the symptoms are different. I've seen two types of failure:

        10: table, row-store                                                        
      t, file:wt.wt, session.checkpoint: illegal cell and page type combination: cell 4 on page at [write-check] is a value/ovfl,rm cell on a row-store leaf page
      t: session.checkpoint: WT_ERROR: non-specific WiredTiger error
      

      and:

        12: table, row-store                                                        
      t, file:wt.wt, session.verify: checkpoint ranges never verified: 15       
      t, file:wt.wt, session.verify: file ranges never verified: 669
      t: session.verify: table:wt: post-ops verify: WT_ERROR: non-specific WiredTiger error
      

      Running on a machine with SSDs, the failure generally happens after less than 20 iterations of test/format.

      If I disable the in-memory page split code, I no longer see a failure.

            Assignee:
            alexander.gorrod@mongodb.com Alexander Gorrod
            Reporter:
            alexander.gorrod@mongodb.com Alexander Gorrod
            Votes:
            0 Vote for this issue
            Watchers:
            1 Start watching this issue

              Created:
              Updated:
              Resolved: