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Meteor tool swallows Mongo's error message on low disk space #2378

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Slava opened this issue Aug 3, 2014 · 2 comments
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Meteor tool swallows Mongo's error message on low disk space #2378

Slava opened this issue Aug 3, 2014 · 2 comments

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@Slava Slava commented Aug 3, 2014

To reproduce:

  • find a machine with no free disk available
  • run the leaderboard example with released Meteor 0.8.3
  • observe the error message with code "100" being printed
  • run mongod manually and observe the "not enough disk space" error being printed

Expected:

  • "not enough disk space" message being printed
@glasser glasser added the Project:Tool label Feb 4, 2015
@glasser glasser added this to the Winter 2015 Mongo Maintenance milestone Feb 4, 2015
glasser added a commit that referenced this issue Feb 6, 2015
Fixes #2378.

Note that this error is detected by reading stdout, and we don't
actually want to buffer all of stdout in memory (it grows pretty fast).
@glasser glasser closed this in b276aa7 Feb 6, 2015
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@glasser glasser commented Feb 6, 2015

ubuntu@ip-10-142-215-109:~/leaderboard$ ~/meteor/meteor
[[[[[ ~/leaderboard ]]]]]

=> Started proxy.
Unexpected mongo exit code 100. Restarting.
Unexpected mongo exit code 100. Restarting.
Unexpected mongo exit code 100. Restarting.
Can't start Mongo server.

Looks like you are out of free disk space under .meteor/local.
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@Slava Slava commented Feb 6, 2015

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