As I was sitting developing my web application that made regular requests to the GraphQL endpoint (powered by neo4j-graphql plugin), one of my requests failed to resolve. I tried again and again only to discover that I'm totally unable to access my Neo4j database anymore. Not through neo4j desktop browser, not through GraphiQL, not through HTTPS or bolt...
- Checked the load balancer... OK
- Checked the EC2 instance health, ping... OK
- Checked if I can SSH into EC2 and run sudo service neo4j status... OK
Decided to run a quick apt-get upgrade, Rebooted. While it was upgrading I've noticed a very unexpected thing: Neo4j 4.0.0!!!
Stress started to build up. I looked on the official release notes page... 3.5.14 is currently the latest stable version. What gives? Whatever, the damage is done. Started the upgrade of graph.db. This went well according to the logs (although, had to change certain things in neo4j.conf according to complaints I saw in the log file. Moved APOC and GraphQL jars away from the plugins folder as it wouldn't start otherwise.)
Now I'm left with a bare bones Neo4j 4.0.0. Given the logs and the size of my graph.db, I haven't lost anything. Service status gives me encouraging feedback:
However, the server seems to be quite busy
I still can't connect to my database through neo4j browser...
Friends, I don't know what to do! I really need your advise here. Thank you for all the help in advance.