I am running a local foundationdb instance for experimenting with the API.
I changed the number of processes on my local server, by editing
/etc/foundationdb/foundationdb.conf to use 4 processes:
[fdbserver.4500] [fdbserver.4501] [fdbserver.4502] [fdbserver.4503]
This worked and foundationdb used 4 CPU cores.
When I wanted to reduce it to 3 CPUs, I removed the last line from the config and restarted the server.
Now I get the following error:
The database is unavailable; type `status’ for more information.
Welcome to the fdbcli. For help, type `help’.
Using cluster file `/etc/foundationdb/fdb.cluster’.
Locking coordination state. Verify that a majority of coordination server
processes are active.
Unable to locate the data distributor worker.
Unable to locate the ratekeeper worker.
How do I correctly reduce the number of processes on my test server?