core core dump analysis
I've got some of this sort:
Jorge Olmos I'd like to positively comment on your concern(s) raised on cores associated with MapR. Definitely, they're not to be ignored. At times, they may be a one-off incident. Many a times it can be a good indicator to the direction in which the health of your cluster is going at. One rule-of-thumb, please see if it is a very frequent event before blowing the bells-and-whistles.
Other cores also will need to be evaluated; if they're from processes that have some sort of interaction with the MapR components at any point in time during it's existence. If they do, then we'll also need to try and find the possible cause for such cores.
Any other other cores outside of the above will need to be studied and prioritized according to your environment.
Hope I was able to shed some clarity on your concerns.
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