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From João Silva (JIRA) <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (CASSANDRA-13438) Got "InvalidQueryException: unconfigured table" when preparing statement after creating table
Date Wed, 12 Apr 2017 18:05:41 GMT

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João Silva updated CASSANDRA-13438:
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    Description: 
I get the InvalidQueryException: unconfigured columnfamily (or table, depending of the server
version) when trying to prepare an insert statement right after creating the table. This behavior
is not deterministic but by running the attached program the problem occurs almost always.

First I start a 3 node cassandra cluster (RF=3) using the docker cassandra image. Then a client
Java program, using driver 3.0.0, starts 50 threads each one creating 1 table (synchronously)
and preparing an insert statement for it (repeating this 10x for each thread). Eventually
the exception occurs.

I'm checking for schema agreement when creating the table and it seems to be achieving it
successfully. The schema agreement timeout was increased to 2 minutes.

Note that this is an extreme table creation test scenario to make the problem more evident.

See the README file in the attachment for instructions on how to start the cluster and run
the program.

  was:
I get the InvalidQueryException: unconfigured columnfamily (or table, depending of the server
version) when trying to prepare an insert statement right after creating the table. This behavior
is not deterministic but by running the attached program the problem occurs almost always.

First I start a 3 node cassandra cluster (RF=3) using the docker cassandra image. Then a client
Java program, using driver 3.0.0, starts 50 threads each one creating 1 table (synchronously)
and preparing an insert statement for it (repeating this 10x for each thread). Eventually
the exception occurs. Note that this is an extreme table creation test scenario to make the
problem more evident.

See the README file in the attachment for instructions on how to start the cluster and run
the program.


> Got "InvalidQueryException: unconfigured table" when preparing statement after creating
table
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CASSANDRA-13438
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CASSANDRA-13438
>             Project: Cassandra
>          Issue Type: Bug
>         Environment: Host: Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS, jdk 1.8.0_60-b27, docker 1.11.2 and cassandra
DataStax Java driver 3.0.0.
> The client program runs on the host and the cassandra cluster runs on docker using the
official docker cassandra image (multiple versions, see the reproduced in field).
>            Reporter: João Silva
>         Attachments: cassandra_add_table.tar.gz
>
>
> I get the InvalidQueryException: unconfigured columnfamily (or table, depending of the
server version) when trying to prepare an insert statement right after creating the table.
This behavior is not deterministic but by running the attached program the problem occurs
almost always.
> First I start a 3 node cassandra cluster (RF=3) using the docker cassandra image. Then
a client Java program, using driver 3.0.0, starts 50 threads each one creating 1 table (synchronously)
and preparing an insert statement for it (repeating this 10x for each thread). Eventually
the exception occurs.
> I'm checking for schema agreement when creating the table and it seems to be achieving
it successfully. The schema agreement timeout was increased to 2 minutes.
> Note that this is an extreme table creation test scenario to make the problem more evident.
> See the README file in the attachment for instructions on how to start the cluster and
run the program.



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