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In your post here: https://petabridge.com/blog/intro-to-persistent-actors/ , you mentioned the following:
The PersistenceId and the SequenceNr, together, form the primary key. And the sequence number is a value that monotonically increases in-memory inside the persistent actor - so imagine if you have two actors with the same PersistenceId but different sequence numbers writing to the same store. It will be chaos and will inevitably error out - so that’s why it’s crucial that every PersistenceId be globally unique within your ActorSystem (at least for all actors writing to that store.)
I have a question regarding the "PersistenceId" in Akka.net in a cluster. Does it work like this or should I need a specifier per node ?
hey guys, I keep getting this error using actors in a cluster and sending messages:
[ERROR][10/15/2017 11:13:38][Thread 0010][remoting] Cannot find serializer with id . The most probable reason is that the configuration entry 'akka.actor.serializers' is not in sync between the two systems.
my hocon config
log-remote-lifecycle-events = DEBUG,
hostname = \"localhost\",
port = 7000
seed-nodes= [ \"akka.tcp://ClusterSystem@localhost:7000\" ]
\"System.Object\" = messagepack
you have to have
Hi all! I have a small problem with Akka.IO, very rarely I get this error:
Resource temporarily unavailable
However, no event
Tcp.PeerClosed is sent to neither of the
After a bit of debugging I was also able to see that my handlers are correctly registered (stored inside the
The error is coming from this line TcpConnection.cs#L835:
[<DoWrite>g__WriteToChannel7_0(ByteString data, <>c__DisplayClass7_0& ) at Akka.IO.TcpConnection.PendingBufferWrite.DoWrite(ConnectionInfo info) [ ][ ][ ][ ]] Closing connection due to IO error System.Net.Sockets.SocketException (0x80004005): Connection reset by peer [ ][ ][ ][ ] Message SocketReceived from akka://benchmark-a/deadLetters to akka://benchmark-a/system/IO-TCP/$a was not delivered. 1 dead letters encountered.][ ][ ][ ]] Closing connection due to IO error System.Net.Sockets.SocketException (0x80004005): Resource temporarily unavailable at System.Net.Sockets.Socket.Send(IList`1 buffers) at Akka.IO.TcpConnection.PendingBufferWrite.
Unfortunately, I was not able to create a reproducible example as it happens only from time to time during the launch of my benchmarks with BenchmarkDotNet.