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java.io.IOException: No matching server channel invocation was found for this client

What is causing this warning?

2014-08-06 05:50:34,355 my-pu [1] WARNING [com.gigaspaces.spaceproxy.router.MySpace] - Execution failed: java.rmi.ConnectIOException: LRMI transport protocol over NIO broken connection with ServerEndPoint: [NIO://[5712]/4775238656633_3_5802476499235694827_details[class com.gigaspaces.internal.server.space.SpaceImpl(MySpace_container1:MySpace)]]; nested exception is: 
    java.io.IOException: No matching server channel invocation was found for this client at /, server channel state: IDLE, request=MySpace_container1:MySpace=>WriteEntrySpaceOperationRequest[entryPacket=EntryPacket[typeName=com.amycompany.SpaceEntry,uid=null,version=0,operationId=ID:-573991659556971924.602237],txn=null,lease=9223372036854775807,timeout=0,modifiers=4,isUpdate=false]

asked 2014-08-06 06:47:47 -0500

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Can you please provide more details? Are you running on linux? Windows? What's the JVM settings? What the application is doing? Batch write? Batch read?


answered 2014-08-06 07:20:46 -0500

shay hassidim gravatar image
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It is running on RHEL. It is just a simple proxy writing to a remote space with

gs.write(spaceEntry, WriteModifiers.WRITE_ONLY);

I believe we have the default Java & GigaSpace JVM settings with Oracle JDK 1.7

Hansel gravatar imageHansel ( 2014-08-07 05:54:43 -0500 )edit

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