I was running locally on my dev environment. I had just started it with Eventstore.Singlenode.exe on RC2 and didn’t try to restart it with the same db. I did try to start it today with all the latest databases I had in my AppData folder and it seems to be working, but I do get this error message when starting two of them in AppData:
[17768,09,09:05:20.746] Error during processing ReadAllEventsForward request. Log record at actual pos 2616438 has too large length: 1702064997 bytes, while limit is 16777216 bytes. Something is seriously wrong in chunk #0-0 (chunk-000000.000000).
[17768,07,09:05:20.746] Error during processing ReadAllEventsForward request. Log record at actual pos 2617274 has too large length: 1462592885 bytes, while limit is 16777216 bytes. Something is seriously wrong in chunk #0-0 (chunk-000000.000000).
Maybe that is related.
I did find the logs where there is a small stacktrace:
[PID:11856:034 2014.08.20 08:17:32.589 ERROR MonitoringService ] Error while collecting stats
System.InvalidOperationException: The Counter layout for the Category specified is invalid, a counter of the type: AverageCount64, AverageTimer32, CounterMultiTimer, CounterMultiTimerInverse, CounterMultiTimer100Ns, CounterMultiTimer100NsInverse, RawFraction, or SampleFraction has to be immediately followed by any of the base counter types: AverageBase, CounterMultiBase, RawBase or SampleBase.
at System.Diagnostics.CategorySample.GetCounterDefinitionSample(String counter)
at EventStore.Core.Services.Monitoring.Utils.PerfCounterHelper.GetGcStats() in c:\data\EventStore\src\EventStore\EventStore.Core\Services\Monitoring\Utils\PerfCounterHelper.cs:line 146
at EventStore.Core.Services.Monitoring.SystemStatsHelper.GetSystemStats() in c:\data\EventStore\src\EventStore\EventStore.Core\Services\Monitoring\SystemStatsHelper.cs:line 93
at EventStore.Core.Services.Monitoring.MonitoringService.CollectStats() in c:\data\EventStore\src\EventStore\EventStore.Core\Services\Monitoring\MonitoringService.cs:line 154