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How to take action when a single node keeps holding data in sCache

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Applies to

  • Element OS

Description

Data is kept in Secondary Cache(sCache) when Flusher fails to send write I/Os to respective BServices. This document describes how to take action when a single node keeps holding data in sCache.

 

 

 

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