Hi, We try to use find, but we encourter issues. After we delete quete a few articles (abuot 300), find tries to remove them from index, but seems to be stuck. The error log shows this:
EPiServer.Find.ServiceException: The remote server returned an error: (429) Too Many Requests.Too many requests ---> System.Net.WebException: The remote server returned an error: (429) Too Many Requests. at System.Net.HttpWebRequest.GetResponse() at EPiServer.Find.Connection.JsonRequest.GetResponseStream() at EPiServer.Find.Api.Command.GetResponse[TResult](IJsonRequest request) --- End of inner exception stack trace --- at EPiServer.Find.Api.Command.GetResponse[TResult](IJsonRequest request) at EPiServer.Find.Api.DeleteByQueryCommand.Execute() at EPiServer.Find.Cms.ContentIndexer.RemoveFromIndex(ContentReference contentLink, Boolean cascade, String language) at EPiServer.Find.Cms.ContentEventIndexer.IndexPageQueue()
And this is repeaten infinitely. It looks that find tries to delete ittems from index, fails, retries, fails and so on.
What could be wrong here?
Find version is 12.2.4
Cms version is 9.12.2
Try to query this view (can't remember the one that Find use), do you have a lot of rows there?
Hi,I have abuot 600 items in there.
It should be empty (at least it is that on the sites I tested it on where we are indexeing)
If you dare (not supported from Episerver and not supported by me and you MUST take a backup of the database first) you can run this query to delete the items from the queue and after that run the reindex job
from [tblBigTable] as R01
inner join tblBigTableIdentity as [Identity] on R01.pkId=[Identity].pkId
where R01.StoreName='EPiServer.Find.Cms.IndexingQueueReference' and R01.Row=1
Hi, This fixes the problem temporarily until the next delete, then the probleam appears again.It looks like an bug in episrever find to me
Also we have multiplew servers, and all three seems to be trying to empty this queue. This probably amplifies the problem
Since you are on Find 12.2.4 there are a couple of issues that could give you this problem
The first one could cause these HTTPS 404 in the first place
(Fixed in EPiServer.Find 12.3.1)
And this second could cause items (on exceptions and errors) get stuck in the queue permanently which would cause them to be processed more than once
(Fixed in EPiServer.Find 12.4.0)
So please evaluate latest version of Find.
Hi, It's easy to say that, but we are using episerver 9 currenly, so cannot go to any newer version.