Four ways to check the consistency of a Neo4j graph

When it comes checking the inconsistencies in your graph, there are four methods to do. This article describes them below: 1. The easiest approach is it to utilize the check-consistency=true option with the backup command. With this approach your graph… Read more →

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Retired: How can I skip Consistency Check during Backup?

Backups in Neo4j automatically run a consistency check against the backed-up store. The backup itself does not take overly long, but the consistency check can take much more time to complete, depending on the store. In some cases, you want… Read more →

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How do I resolve inconsistency problems on an instance of a cluster

(if using version >= 3.1, please read Leader and Follower instead of Master and Slave respectively) Sometimes, when running a clustered Neo4j environment, a slave’s store may become inconsistent. On a normal day-to-day operation, if a slave becomes inconsistent, it… Read more →

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How do I run Consistency Check Manually?

If you skip the Consistency Check part of neo4j-backup, or you want to check that all is well with a data store, you can run the tool against an offline store. $ java -cp ‘lib/*:system/lib/*’ org.neo4j.consistency.ConsistencyCheckTool /tmp/graph.db On a Windows… Read more →

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Neo4j behaviour when running out of disk space (3.4+)

Following the improvements on the recovery process after an instance runs out of disk space introduced in v3.4.0, this article aims to offer a view on the behaviour of Neo4j when this happens. Prior to 3.4, running out of disk… Read more →

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