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From "Aleksey Yeschenko (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Assigned] (CASSANDRA-12872) Paging reads and limit reads are missing some data
Date Wed, 13 Sep 2017 23:39:01 GMT

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Aleksey Yeschenko reassigned CASSANDRA-12872:
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    Assignee: Aleksey Yeschenko  (was: Benjamin Lerer)

> Paging reads and limit reads are missing some data
> --------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CASSANDRA-12872
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CASSANDRA-12872
>             Project: Cassandra
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Coordination
>            Reporter: Bhaskar Muppana
>            Assignee: Aleksey Yeschenko
>            Priority: Critical
>              Labels: Correctness
>             Fix For: 3.0.x
>
>         Attachments: limiterr-reproduce.sh
>
>
> We are seeing an issue with paging reads missing some small number of columns when we
do paging/limit reads. We get this on a single DC cluster itself when both reads and writes
are happening with QUORUM. Paging/limit reads see this issue. I have attached the ccm based
script which reproduces the problem.
> * Keyspace RF - 3
> * Table (id int, course text, marks int, primary key(id, course))
> * replicas for partition key 1 - r1, r2 and r3
> * insert (1, '1', 1) ,  (1, '2', 2),  (1, '3', 3),  (1, '4', 4),  (1, '5', 5) - succeeded
on all 3 replicas
> * insert (1, '6', 6) succeeded on r1 and r3, failed on r2
> * delete (1, '2'), (1, '3'), (1, '4'), (1, '5') succeeded on r1 and r2, failed on r3
> * insert (1, '7', 7) succeeded on r1 and r2, failed on r3
> Local data on 3 nodes looks like as below now
> r1: (1, '1', 1), tombstone(2-5 records), (1, '6', 6), (1, '7', 7)
> r2: (1, '1', 1), tombstone(2-5 records), (1, '7', 7)
> r3: (1, '1', 1),  (1, '2', 2),  (1, '3', 3),  (1, '4', 4),  (1, '5', 5), (1, '6', 6)
> If we do a paging read with page_size 2, and if it gets data from r2 and r3, then it
will only get the data (1, '1', 1) and (1, '7', 7) skipping record 6. This problem would happen
if the same query is not doing paging but limit set to 2 records.
> Resolution code for reads works same for paging queries and normal queries. Co-ordinator
shouldn't respond back to client with records/columns that it didn't have complete visibility
on all required replicas (in this case 2 replicas). In above case, it is sending back record
(1, '7', 7) back to client, but its visibility on r3 is limited up to (1, '2', 2) and it is
relying on just r2 data to assume (1, '6', 6) doesn't exist, which is wrong. End of the resolution
all it can conclusively say any thing about is (1, '1',  and the other one is that we  and
and and and and and the and the and the and d and the other is and 1), which exists and (1,
'2', 2), which is deleted.
> Ideally we should have different resolution implementation for paging/limit queries.
> We could reproduce this on 2.0.17, 2.1.16 and 3.0.9.
> Seems like 3.0.9 we have ShortReadProtection transformation on list queries. I assume
that is to protect against the cases like above. But, we can reproduce the issue in 3.0.9
as well.



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