Minemeld Error After Period

L7 Applicator

Re: Minemeld Error After Period

Hi @apackard,

one more question: are you using a monitoring tool to check MineMeld WebUI or a script to periodically refresh the webpage ?



L4 Transporter

Re: Minemeld Error After Period

Not that I know of, there may be some discovery tools running on the network I'm not aware of but unlikely.  I'll check the iptables logs on the box to double check.


I wondered that when you asked how many devices would be pulling list data down.

L7 Applicator

Re: Minemeld Error After Period


The number of active sessions in your log between the API process and Redis was really high, even if there was a leak.

Please let me know if you still see the same error in the minemeld-web log file, we can enforce an hard limit on the sessions without comproming usability.

L4 Transporter

Re: Minemeld Error After Period

We've now been running for 4 days on both nodes at the latest release and no issues, so looks like you've fixed it.


No repeats of the errors in the logs, and re-running the checks (port process lists etc) shows no repeats of the trace evidence we saw before.


I'll leave this thread open as someone else had an issue that he may want to comment on to see if this also fixed it, but I'm happy for you to close as the fix for me.


Many Thanks

L7 Applicator

Re: Minemeld Error After Period

Thanks @apackard for the feedback !

L1 Bithead

Re: Minemeld Error After Period

FYI - Just wanted the dev's to be aware....


I too ran into an error last week with similar ui issues and system locking up. 


Turned out to be self inflicted, I was playing around with the API adding indicators. Turns out there is little error checking on the JSON object being added and some objects were added to minemeld incorrectly formatted.


No errors were thrown but when I would view objects in the list (https://{minemeld-server}/#/nodes/{list_Name})  ... errors would occur and service restarts are the only way I could restore service. 


I would also manually modify the files on the server (deleting the incorrectly formatted entry), this resolved all my problems ... or so I thought.


When I accessed the Logs (https://{minemeld-server}/#/logs, the errors came back. Turns out I had to delete the binary log object (I cannot remember the file extension), that contained any entries that included the incorrectly formatted entries. This completely fixed my troubles.


I am updating my Poweshell script to do some validation prior to commiting to minemeld


Not a very fun adventure... but that's why this is beta.


--Sean Engelbrecht

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