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From "Brian Hatfield (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (AURORA-1623) aurora-admin host_drain feedback messages needed
Date Thu, 25 Feb 2016 19:32:18 GMT

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Brian Hatfield updated AURORA-1623:
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    Description: 
When performing some maintenance on my cluster, I was adding and removing hosts from maintenance
(with `aurora-admin host_drain` and `aurora-admin host_activate`).

Aurora sees the hosts in my cluster by their FQDN, but I inadvertently requested `host_activate`
for their shortname. `aurora-admin` gave me the ol' thumbs up when I did this, leading me
to be confused why all of the hosts I tried to remove were still listed when I checked /maintenance
on the scheduler.

For example:

{code}
bhatfield@mesos-master2001:~$ sudo -u aurora aurora-admin host_activate --filename=current-batch-recreates
production
 INFO] Ending maintenance for: set(['mesos-worker2013', 'mesos-worker2001', 'mesos-worker2002',
'mesos-worker2003', 'mesos-worker2004', 'mesos-worker2005', 'mesos-worker2006', 'mesos-worker2007',
'mesos-worker2008', 'mesos-worker2009', 'mesos-worker2014', 'mesos-worker2011', 'mesos-worker2012',
'mesos-worker2010', 'mesos-worker2015'])
 INFO] Response from scheduler: OK (message: )
{code}

I would hope that `aurora-admin` would say something to the effect of "Hey, Friend: the hosts
you've requested are not in SCHEDULED or DRAINED status for maintenance."

  was:
When performing some maintenance on my cluster, I was adding and removing hosts from maintenance
(with `aurora-admin host_drain` and `aurora-admin host_activate`).

Aurora sees the hosts in my cluster by their FQDN, but I inadvertently requested `host_activate`
for their shortname. `aurora-admin` gave me the ol' thumbs up when I did this, leading me
to be confused why all of the hosts I tried to remove were still listed when I checked /maintenance
on the scheduler.

For example:

{quote}
bhatfield@mesos-master2001:~$ sudo -u aurora aurora-admin host_activate --filename=current-batch-recreates
production
 INFO] Ending maintenance for: set(['mesos-worker2013', 'mesos-worker2001', 'mesos-worker2002',
'mesos-worker2003', 'mesos-worker2004', 'mesos-worker2005', 'mesos-worker2006', 'mesos-worker2007',
'mesos-worker2008', 'mesos-worker2009', 'mesos-worker2014', 'mesos-worker2011', 'mesos-worker2012',
'mesos-worker2010', 'mesos-worker2015'])
 INFO] Response from scheduler: OK (message: )
{quote}

I would hope that `aurora-admin` would say something to the effect of "Hey, Friend: the hosts
you've requested are not in SCHEDULED or DRAINED status for maintenance."


> aurora-admin host_drain feedback messages needed
> ------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: AURORA-1623
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AURORA-1623
>             Project: Aurora
>          Issue Type: Story
>          Components: Client
>            Reporter: Brian Hatfield
>            Priority: Minor
>
> When performing some maintenance on my cluster, I was adding and removing hosts from
maintenance (with `aurora-admin host_drain` and `aurora-admin host_activate`).
> Aurora sees the hosts in my cluster by their FQDN, but I inadvertently requested `host_activate`
for their shortname. `aurora-admin` gave me the ol' thumbs up when I did this, leading me
to be confused why all of the hosts I tried to remove were still listed when I checked /maintenance
on the scheduler.
> For example:
> {code}
> bhatfield@mesos-master2001:~$ sudo -u aurora aurora-admin host_activate --filename=current-batch-recreates
production
>  INFO] Ending maintenance for: set(['mesos-worker2013', 'mesos-worker2001', 'mesos-worker2002',
'mesos-worker2003', 'mesos-worker2004', 'mesos-worker2005', 'mesos-worker2006', 'mesos-worker2007',
'mesos-worker2008', 'mesos-worker2009', 'mesos-worker2014', 'mesos-worker2011', 'mesos-worker2012',
'mesos-worker2010', 'mesos-worker2015'])
>  INFO] Response from scheduler: OK (message: )
> {code}
> I would hope that `aurora-admin` would say something to the effect of "Hey, Friend: the
hosts you've requested are not in SCHEDULED or DRAINED status for maintenance."



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