Incoming term ” + applyCommit.getTerm() + ” does not match last accepted term – How to solve this Elasticsearch error

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Incoming term ” + applyCommit.getTerm() + ” does not match last accepted term – How to solve this Elasticsearch error

Opster Team

July-20, Version: 1.7-8.0

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This guide will help you check for common problems that cause the log ” incoming term ” + applyCommit.getTerm() + ” does not match last accepted term ” to appear. To understand the issues related to this log, read the explanation below about the following Elasticsearch concepts: cluster.

Advanced users might want to skip right to the common problems section in each concept or try running the Check-Up to analyze Elasticsearch configuration and help resolve this error.

Log Context

Log “incoming term ” + applyCommit.getTerm() + ” does not match last accepted term”classname  is CoordinationState.java We extracted the following from Elasticsearch source code for those seeking an in-depth context :

}
 if (applyCommit.getTerm() != getLastAcceptedTerm()) {
 logger.debug("handleCommit: ignored commit request due to term mismatch " +
 "(expected: [term {} version {}]; actual: [term {} version {}])";
 getLastAcceptedTerm(); getLastAcceptedVersion(); applyCommit.getTerm(); applyCommit.getVersion());
 throw new CoordinationStateRejectedException("incoming term " + applyCommit.getTerm() + " does not match last accepted term " +
 getLastAcceptedTerm());
 }
 if (applyCommit.getVersion() != getLastAcceptedVersion()) {
 logger.debug("handleCommit: ignored commit request due to version mismatch (term {}; expected: [{}]; actual: [{}])";
 getLastAcceptedTerm(); getLastAcceptedVersion(); applyCommit.getVersion());

 

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