[erlang-questions] inconsistent results with fragmented table

Noah Schwartz noah.schwartz1@REDACTED
Sat Jul 6 15:15:43 CEST 2013

Well, I've never written to this table before or after converting it to a fragmented table. When you say "this" can happen are you referring to the problem that Chandru said? That I've somehow ended up with records in the wrong fragment? 

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On Jul 6, 2013, at 5:17 AM, Evgeny M <donpedrothird@REDACTED> wrote:

> This may happen if  you used dirty_write functions, even if you did this in activity with mnesia_frag callback
> пятница, 5 июля 2013 г., 19:07:35 UTC+4 пользователь Noah Schwartz написал:
>> I have a table of type set that worked fine as a non-fragmented table. We started seeing performance issues with the table and with the anticipation of more clients in the system, we were worried the size would exceed the 2 GB max. 
>> The table contains chat messages and we purge records older than 7 days. There seem to be a number of keys that don't show up in a read activity but, do show up when doing a table dump, a select, or using qlc to find records. As such, when this purge policy runs records are found that when I try to delete don't actually get deleted. It almost seems like read/delete are working off of one set while qlc is working off of another set.
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