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From "Adam Holmberg (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (CASSANDRA-10328) Inconsistent Schema Change Events Between Table and View
Date Mon, 14 Sep 2015 19:53:46 GMT

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Adam Holmberg commented on CASSANDRA-10328:
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It was suggested to /cc [~thobbs] and [~slebresne] to begin the discussion.

> Inconsistent Schema Change Events Between Table and View
> --------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CASSANDRA-10328
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CASSANDRA-10328
>             Project: Cassandra
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Core
>            Reporter: Adam Holmberg
>
> I'm seeing inconsistent event delivery when it comes to dropping materialized views (when
compared to tables or indexes).
> For example, create/drop/alter for a table:
> {code}
> cassandra@cqlsh:test> create TABLE t (k int PRIMARY KEY , v int);
> <EventMessage(event_type=u'SCHEMA_CHANGE', trace_id=None, event_args={'keyspace':
u'test', 'change_type': u'UPDATED', 'target_type': u'KEYSPACE'}, stream_id=-1)>
> <EventMessage(event_type=u'SCHEMA_CHANGE', trace_id=None, event_args={'keyspace':
u'test', 'change_type': u'CREATED', 'target_type': u'TABLE', u'table': u't'}, stream_id=-1)>
> cassandra@cqlsh:test> alter TABLE t add v1 int;
> <EventMessage(event_type=u'SCHEMA_CHANGE', trace_id=None, event_args={'keyspace':
u'test', 'change_type': u'UPDATED', 'target_type': u'KEYSPACE'}, stream_id=-1)>
> <EventMessage(event_type=u'SCHEMA_CHANGE', trace_id=None, event_args={'keyspace':
u'test', 'change_type': u'UPDATED', 'target_type': u'TABLE', u'table': u't'}, stream_id=-1)>
> cassandra@cqlsh:test> drop TABLE t;
> <EventMessage(event_type=u'SCHEMA_CHANGE', trace_id=None, event_args={'keyspace':
u'test', 'change_type': u'UPDATED', 'target_type': u'KEYSPACE'}, stream_id=-1)>
> <EventMessage(event_type=u'SCHEMA_CHANGE', trace_id=None, event_args={'keyspace':
u'test', 'change_type': u'DROPPED', 'target_type': u'TABLE', u'table': u't'}, stream_id=-1)>
> {code}
> And for a view:
> {code}
> cassandra@cqlsh:test> create MATERIALIZED VIEW mv as select * from scores WHERE game
IS NOT NULL AND score IS NOT NULL AND user IS NOT NULL AND year IS NOT NULL AND month IS NOT
NULL AND day IS NOT NULL        PRIMARY KEY (game, user, year, month, day, score)        WITH
CLUSTERING ORDER BY (score desc);
> <EventMessage(event_type=u'SCHEMA_CHANGE', trace_id=None, event_args={'keyspace':
u'test', 'change_type': u'UPDATED', 'target_type': u'KEYSPACE'}, stream_id=-1)>
> <EventMessage(event_type=u'SCHEMA_CHANGE', trace_id=None, event_args={'keyspace':
u'test', 'change_type': u'CREATED', 'target_type': u'TABLE', u'table': u'mv'}, stream_id=-1)>
> cassandra@cqlsh:test> alter materialized view all with min_index_interval = 100;
> <EventMessage(event_type=u'SCHEMA_CHANGE', trace_id=None, event_args={'keyspace':
u'test', 'change_type': u'UPDATED', 'target_type': u'KEYSPACE'}, stream_id=-1)>
> <EventMessage(event_type=u'SCHEMA_CHANGE', trace_id=None, event_args={'keyspace':
u'test', 'change_type': u'UPDATED', 'target_type': u'TABLE', u'table': u'all'}, stream_id=-1)>
> cassandra@cqlsh:test> drop MATERIALIZED VIEW mv;
> <EventMessage(event_type=u'SCHEMA_CHANGE', trace_id=None, event_args={'keyspace':
u'test', 'change_type': u'UPDATED', 'target_type': u'KEYSPACE'}, stream_id=-1)>
> {code}
> The latter sequence is missing a table update event, meaning clients cannot tell that
a view was dropped.
> This is on a [branch in-progress|https://github.com/iamaleksey/cassandra/commits/9921-3.0]
for CASSANDRA-9921
> As a side note, I also believe they keyspace update events are unnecessary in both scenarios.
To my knowledge, drivers only use these events to refresh meta on the keyspace definition
itself, not the entities it contains. Please let me know if this is worthy of discussion or
a distinct ticket.



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