We are running Confluence 5.5.2, and it appears that Confluence stops indexing new content after a few days.
There are a few errors that I see only on the days when the automatic indexing stopped running.
YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:DD,123 WARN [http-bio-NNNN-exec-NNNNN] [com.benryan.conversion.PPTSlideServlet] doGet Conversion task timed out for attachment : FILENAME.pdf with page number 0, waited : 300, now executing in background.
These entries (on those days) are the only rows displayed when I search the logs for lines containing the two strings "PPT" and "pdf". That makes me think that it might be related to this question: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/180082
There are also errors related to Excel files that I see during the manual "rebuild" as well as on the days when I believe the automatic indexing stopped running. I don't know if these are relevant.
YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS,123 ERROR [http-bio-NNNN-exec-NNNNN] [officeconnector.index.excel.ExcelXMLTextExtractor] endDocument expected [ 3560 ] entries but read [ 3563 ]
Note: I checked these questions, and I do not think they apply.
There are multiple causes for indexing malfunctioning as you stated. There's one that causes most issues: Performance.
By performance I mean JVM not working as expected (low memory, GC running a lot) and database connections (Number of allocated connections (pool), networking). These are the most common causes of indexing not working as expected.
So I suggest to review the memory size of confluence and make sure you are running with 1 or 2 GB more than the actual usage (set XMX and XMS the same size to avoid running into GC issue) and for the database, I recommend checking the database connection pool with some external thread dumps at peak usage time and update the connection pool accordingly.
I hope that helps
I'm pretty sure we don't have a memory problem, and we have no reports of any performance problems. I find it odd that the auto-indexing dies, yet I am able to flush the index queue successfully, and when I manually re-build the indexes (with no confluence restart) the auto-indexing then works for several days. In your experience have you seen that those match either a memory or a database problem?
I will confirm the memory and database settings and post those here.
Am I reading the JVM stats correctly? It appears to say that we have 1,400 Meg free or more than a gig free. This appears to satisfy your statement about free memory. Since we do not appear to have any performance issues, I don't know when we should be checking the database connections. Are there any other suggestions? I think it might be time to open a ticket...
Due to a problem with an XL spreadsheet this was in the log today.
allocatedHeap = 2772107264
usedMemory = 1205552336
availablePermGen = 790840112
totalMemory = 2772107264
freeMemory = 1566554928
maxPermGen = 1073741824
usedPermGen = 282901712
freeMemoryInMegabytes = 1493
freeAllocatedHeap = 1566554928
availableHeap = 1657781040
usedMemoryInMegabytes = 1149
maxHeap = 2863333376
usedHeap = 1205552336
totalMemoryInMegabytes = 2643
allocatedHeap = 2,772,107,264
usedMemory = 1,205,552,336
availablePermGen = 790,840,112
totalMemory = 2,772,107,264
freeMemory = 1,566,554,928
maxPermGen = 1,073,741,824
usedPermGen = 282,901,712
freeMemoryInMegabytes = 1,493
freeAllocatedHeap = 1,566,554,928
availableHeap = 1,657,781,040
usedMemoryInMegabytes = 1,149
maxHeap = 2,863,333,376
usedHeap = 1,205,552,336
totalMemoryInMegabytes = 2,643
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