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I run minemeld (standalone) in a virtual machine with 2 cpu, 6GB RAM and 40GB hd. My config has 63 miners (mainly youtube miners and ransomware trackers), 13 aggregators and 30 output nodes. The miners start the job, but when it reach the band "85k-95k indicators", the Minemeld stops mining. The miners get the status "started" and few of them "stopped". It doesn't restart the service each x sec, it just stop mining. I know it stops mining, because one of the Youtube channels has more than 30k videos and the miner only gets few URLs, the same with the ransonware IP trackers.
I noticed that my Minemeld hardly aged-out or removes indicators. For example, in a typical dashboard showed in many articles, the monitor presents the number of aged-out or removed indicators as a parable (half sine). In my case, figure bellow, I have flat lines. I thought it could be something related with NTP leading Minemeld to be to out of resources with so many indicators, but the time configuration in my server is perfect.
Finally, some time later (there is not a specific interval) the dashbord shows 0 indicators.
Could someone give me any tip, advice, help?
Thanks in advanced.
flat lines could be normal. But please could you add the minemeld-engine.log file to the thread? You can download it from System > Engine > Logs.
Please, check it before posting that it does not contain confidential information - especially credentials to access feeds.
thank you for the fast reply. Just to be sure, there is no way to send the log just to you, right? I have to add the file here in the forum, right?
Thank you one more time.
I am using the version 0.9.44 for CentOS. That is what I get from the engine log:
/opt/minemeld/log/minemeld-engine.log.6:2018-04-15T17:07:19 (2404)launcher.main INFO: Starting mm-run.py version 0.9.44.post1
What you mean by how much in memory in that instance? When you refers to rabbitmq, is it a bad news?
Thank you again.
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