Hi Canton Team,
Working through Getting Started — Canton 0.26.0 documentation on a Raspberry Pi. So far the Ledger runs stable, can run the Sandbox. Basic tests are OK.
However an issue arose when executing
Prior to this the Health Status command worked as per spec:
@ health status
@ health.status res8: CantonStatus = Status for Domain 'mydomain': Domain id: mydomain::12205eb22b829e791330727259e6e5770c58b39d5e71089922dcf18ebfa4215ae9be Uptime: 1h 37m 58.999439s Ports: public: 5018 admin: 5019 Connected Participants: None Status for Participant 'participant1': Participant id: PAR::participant1::12205b3ea0b61e84ce053da36b3b7165b7664f158aae2e4b4622fbe552041a15852c Uptime: 1h 37m 18.993575s Ports: ledger: 5011 admin: 5012 Connected Domains: None Active: true Status for Participant 'participant2': Participant id: PAR::participant2::122013bceeeb0ab3e3ea30fab5779b00e24804f3cf1a474b95b45307295721eccc3c Uptime: 1h 36m 52.633865s Ports: ledger: 5021 admin: 5022 Connected Domains: None Active: true
When the Health Status command was executed, CPU usage was almost 300% on 4 x 1.4Ghz cores.
Ping failure output below:
@ participant1.health.ping(participant2) WARN c.d.c.p.a.PingService:participant=participant1 tid:d4a306084b56a450cf193fe9bc348534 - Ping/pong with id=2d16ba26-4753-4453-a6d2-671bd4657357-ping failed with reason Failed( Completion( Status(PERMISSION_DENIED, NotConnectedToAnyDomain(CN10051-2): This participant is not connected to any domain.; participant=participant1), commandId = '2d16ba26-4753-4453-a6d2-671bd4657357-ping-85495b8c-96d7-4ad4-8723-0b8bd041ad47' ) ). ERROR c.d.c.e.CommunityConsoleEnvironment - Unable to ping PAR::participant2::122013bceeeb0ab3e3ea30fab5779b00e24804f3cf1a474b95b45307295721eccc3c within 10000ms Command execution failed.
When the Ping command was executed, CPU utilisation was about 200% on 4 x 1.4Ghz cores, while MEM utilisation jumped to 680M/973M and stayed there. 10 minutes after executing the command, the MEM has only dropped back to 602M/973M, and the command still fails.
- Is this issue likely to be a reduced MEM footprint in the RPi v3 (1Gb), which causes the Ping command to timeout ( T > 10000ms)?
- If so, if there a option to extend or ignore the T > 10000ms limit?
- Or can I assign a larger slice of MEM for Java to access immediately?
Screenshot of HTOP with Java/Canton process tagged below: