So I just installed FoundationDB on my iMac with the intent of learning more about it, but when I got to the step to check the status, I get the following:
fdb> status WARNING: Long delay (Ctrl-C to interrupt) Using cluster file `/usr/local/etc/foundationdb/fdb.cluster'. Unable to start default priority transaction after 5 seconds. Unable to start batch priority transaction after 5 seconds. Unable to retrieve all status information. Configuration: Redundancy mode - single Storage engine - memory-2 Coordinators - 1 Cluster: FoundationDB processes - 1 Zones - 1 Machines - 1 Memory availability - 14.6 GB per process on machine with least available Fault Tolerance - 0 machines Server time - 06/05/20 17:34:30 Data: Replication health - Healthy Moving data - 0.000 GB Sum of key-value sizes - 0 MB Disk space used - 105 MB Operating space: Storage server - 1.0 GB free on most full server Log server - 0.0 GB free on most full server Workload: Read rate - 4 Hz Write rate - 0 Hz Transactions started - 2 Hz Transactions committed - 0 Hz Conflict rate - 0 Hz Performance limited by server c6785a5ea9a79d5d: Log server running out of space (approaching 100MB limit). Backup and DR: Running backups - 0 Running DRs - 0 Client time: 06/05/20 17:34:22
I tried re-installing, deleting the data and running
configure new single memory, but neither changed the warnings I was getting above. Does anyone know what the issue might be? I’m on the latest of everything (macOS 10.15.5, FoundationDB-6.2.20).