How to reset the tenant state

James Ressler
James Ressler
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Author: James Ressler

Date: December 15, 2023

Audience: Everyone

Environment: Self-hosted, Replicated - KOTS


Sometimes, the tenant state needs to be reset. These steps can be tried if you see:

  • tenant-manager pods are continuously being created, and repeatedly crashing
  • the Admin Console reports that the application is "Unavailable."
  • core-0 pod showing running but not ready. Last line in logs org.apache.catalina.startup.Catalina.start Server startup in [54810] milliseconds


On the database server

Truncate the tenantstate table in the jama database

truncate table jama.tenantstate;

Check that tenantstate has no rows

select * from jama.tenantstate;

On the application server

Remove the tenant configuration files from the core pod and delete the tenant manager job and the related statefulsets

kubectl exec core-0 -- sh -c 'rm -rf /home/contour/tenant_properties /home/contour/ /home/contour/ /home/contour/ /home/contour/ /home/contour/'
kubectl delete job/tenant-manager
kubectl delete sts/hazelcast sts/activemq sts/core

Redeploy the application from the KOTS Admin Console.

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