We seem to see that just with doing range gets, if we get to rows with large values, we get value_too_large exceptions, basically along the lines of:
Causing: com.foundationdb.FDBException: value_too_large ! at com.foundationdb.FDBException.retargetClone(FDBException.java:41) ! at com.foundationdb.async.SettableFuture.getIfDone(SettableFuture.java:188) ! at com.foundationdb.async.AbstractFuture.get(AbstractFuture.java:28) ! at com.foundationdb.RangeQuery$AsyncRangeIterator.hasNext(RangeQuery.java:262)
Given that this is a read, is there something that allowed the write but actually failed on the read?