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From graham sanderson <>
Subject Re: Strange slow schema agreement on 2.0.9 ... anyone seen this?
Date Fri, 08 Aug 2014 22:06:36 GMT
Actually I think it is a different issue (or a freak issue)… the invocation in InternalResponseStage
is part of the “schema pull” mechanism this ticket relates to, and in my case this is
actually repairing (thank you) the schema disagreement because as a result of it eventually
being noticed by gossip. For whatever reason, the “schema push” mechanism got broken for
some nodes. Strange as I say since this push code looks for live nodes according to gossip
and all nodes were up according to gossip info at the time. So, sadly the new debug logging
in the pull path won’t help… if it happens again, I’ll have some more context to dig
deeper, before just getting in and fixing the problem by restarting the nodes which I did

On Aug 8, 2014, at 4:37 PM, graham sanderson <> wrote:

> Ok thanks - I guess I can at least enable the debug logging added for that issue to see
if it is deliberately choosing not to pull the schema… no repro case, but it may happen
> On Aug 8, 2014, at 4:21 PM, Robert Coli <> wrote:
>> On Fri, Aug 8, 2014 at 1:45 PM, graham sanderson <> wrote:
>> We have some data that is partitioned in tables created periodically (once a day).
This morning, this automated process timed out because the schema did not reach agreement
quickly enough after we created a new empty table.
>> I have seen this on 1.2.16, but it was supposed to be fixed in 1.2.18 and 2.0.7.
>> If you can repro on 2.0.9, I would file a JIRA with repro steps and link it on a
reply to this thread.
>> =Rob 

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