- [ ] Checked the logs and have uploaded a log file and provided a link because I found something suspicious there. Please do not post the log file in the topic because very often something important is missing.
I’m submitting a…
- [ ] Regression (a behavior that stopped working in a new release)
- [ x] Bug report
- [ ] Performance issue
- [ ] Documentation issue or request
It all started with med wanting to upload some images into a folder in an app. I have two apps. One for dev and one for prod. I had uploaded some files in the dev app some time ago.
Now I wanted to upload the exact same files to the prod app. I tried doing this but Squidex told med “File has already been uploaded”. I then went to Administration>Consumers and reset “Recursive Deleter”, “AssetUsageTracker”, and “HistoryService”. These were the ones that I thought could be interfering with me wanting to upload those files that I mentioned above.
After resetting these consumer Squidex became unresponsive.
I checked my pods and I had a lot of Evicted Squidex pods.
My StatefulSet pod (Mongo) had also stopped working so the old pod was terminated and new one was created. The STS pod didn’t want to come back online so I manually deleted the pod and then after a minute or two it came back online.
After everything was back to normal again I could go ahead and upload the files. But now my app is complaining (giving me an exception) that it can’t find the assets of my prod app. Haven’t debugged this yet but it’s working locally/dev.
Running/resetting consumer from within Administration>Consumers should not crash Squidex (STS pod and Squidex pod)
Minimal reproduction of the problem
Run/reset these consumer:
“Recursive Deleter”, “AssetUsageTracker”, and “HistoryService”.
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