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Percona Cluster - Single node crashed and could not join the cluster back again

yskrishnanyskrishnan EntrantCurrent User Role Beginner

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  • yskrishnanyskrishnan Entrant Current User Role Beginner
    This problem happened when mounting external volumes to the container. With a host mounted directory mapped to the container, the problem did not happen. But not sure what might cause it not to work with externally mounter volumes.
  • ramgautamramgautam Entrant Current User Role Beginner
    I got the same issue when i tried to start node one by one after all node shutdown. I got above error message while trying to start 2nd node. so i shutdown the already started 1st node. Then i started the first 2nd node and secondly i started the 1st node. It means 2nd node had latest ssid compare to 1st node. This way my all node started and sync properly.
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