Ref: Server Community Edition 6.0.0 build 1693" on Windows 10.
Hello everyone, following the video tutorial " Getting started with ASP.NET Core and Couchbase" I have created the bucket, entered the two documents, but when tried to create the index "CREATE INDEX ix_type ON demo(type); " I’ve got the error code 5000 with msg: “GSI CreateIndex() - cause: Fails to create index. There is no available index service that can process this request at this time. Index Service can be in bootstrap, recovery, or non-reachable. Please retry the operation at a later time.”,
“query_from_user”: “CREATE INDEX ix_type ON demo(type);”
I have reinstalled Couchbase Server Community, but still when I go to ClusterName>Indexes I get “You have no GSI indexes yet.”
Can you please let us know if the index service is enabled when setting-up the cluster. You can find this by looking into the “servers” page on the Web UI. You should see “index” under the services column if the index service is enabled (Please refer to the below screenshot for reference)
After reinstalled Couchbase, I found that the machine became very slow, so I stopped Analytics and Eventing services, for the moment it is working and I am waiting to see how things would go. I guess it was a memory issue since Couchbase was installed in a 5GB RAM virtual machine and shared that memory with other applications, so I have to test it in a dedicated machine.
Now it is needed to find a Linux distro compatible with the latest Couchbase version, to run a new virtual machine on Hyper-V server.
So please kindly advise how to get started quickly with a Linux database server ?
Is it possible to have a cluster with different node types, e.g. a Windows node and a Linux node ?
I am not able to download the logs from AWS (I am checking internally on that). In the mean time, Can you kindly attach the zip file along with the issue (or) upload the zip file in google-drive and share the link.
Thank you for your reply, They were two services using 9999 port:
SSWebSrv .exe PID:4508 taking 51 Mo
projector.exe PID:4908 taking 12 Mo
I 've uninstalled SmarterStats (SSWebSrv.exe), then the Query run successfully, so thank you very much for your help.
In other hand, I had to run Couchbase on this machine just to see why it extremely slows my other machine which is using Windows Server 2012 R2, at the point where sometimes it stuck.
Running the resource monitor on Windows Server machine shows an important activity on the CPU, it mostly reaches 100%, the following processes have the most important impact: erl.exe (33%) and memcatched.exe (28%). I would like to ask you if is there any way to reduce this impact.