[solved] [Error] Usock listener accepted a invalid procId

Discussion in 'LiteSpeed Cache General' started by Crimrose, Jul 12, 2018.

  1. Crimrose

    Crimrose New Member

    After installing litespeed memcached, when I ran litespeed memcached, I got this error
    [ERROR] [__root] usock listener accepted a invalid procId
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    Here is node.conf file
    Code:
    Repl.HeartBeatReq=30
    Repl.HeartBeatRetry=3000
    Repl.MaxTidPacket=2048000
    Repl.GzipStream=YES
    # Repl.LbAddrs is a comma separated list of IP addresses (with port number) that form the replication group.
    Repl.LbAddrs=#IP#:1234
    # Repl.ListenSvrAddr is a required parameter which is the IP address and port that lsmcd will be listening on
    Repl.ListenSvrAddr=#IP#:1234
    Repl.DispatchAddr=#IP#:5501
    Cached.Addr=#IP#:11211
    Cached.PriAddr=#IP#:11000
    Cached.Slices=8
    Cached.Slice.Priority.0=100
    Cached.Slice.Priority.1=100
    Cached.Slice.Priority.2=100
    Cached.Slice.Priority.3=100
    Cached.Slice.Priority.4=100
    Cached.Slice.Priority.5=100
    Cached.Slice.Priority.6=100
    Cached.Slice.Priority.7=100
    Cached.ShmDir=/dev/shm/lsmcd
    User=nobody
    Group=nobody
    CachedProcCnt=4
    RepldSockPath=/tmp/repld.usock
    CachedSockPath=/tmp/cached.usock.
    TmpDir=/tmp/lsmcd
    #LogLevel=error
    LogLevel=dbg_medium
    LogFile=/dev/fd/1
    
    How can I fix this error? I use Centos 7.0.
     
  2. qtwrk

    qtwrk Member

    Hi,

    You did set IP right , not #IP ?
     
  3. Crimrose

    Crimrose New Member

    I solved this problem :). I used shell script to automatic set IP so I use #IP#.
    I build memcached litespeed on docker so PID of litespeed =0 and it can't run. So I used some tools to change PID then it working.
     
    Michael A likes this.

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