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From Philip Thompson <philip.thomp...@datastax.com>
Subject Re: replication_factor mismatch
Date Tue, 11 Nov 2014 16:48:07 GMT
This question probably belongs in the python driver's mailing list.

However, if your RF is in fact 3, then that failed query is running at
CL.ALL, not CL.QUORUM, which you can see because the required_responses is
3. The consistency: 5 is because consistency levels are an enum class, as
seen here:
http://datastax.github.io/python-driver/_modules/cassandra.html#ConsistencyLevel
and 5 is corresponding to CL.ALL

On Tue, Nov 11, 2014 at 10:36 AM, Maxime <maximelb@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello, I have a curious behaviour occurring.
>
> - 7 Nodes custer
> - RF on the Keyspace is 3
> - Latest version of everything (C* and Python Drivers)
> - All queries are at QUORUM level
>
> Some of my larger queries are timing out, which is ok, it can happen. But
> looking at the log, I see the following:
>
> ReadTimeout: code=1200 [Timeout during read request] message="Operation
> timed out - received only 2 responses." info={'received_responses': 2,
> 'data_retrieved': True, 'required_responses': 3, 'consistency': 5}
>
> So the part confusing me is the "consistency", it says 5 while I would
> normally expect 3 (the RF). So I received 2 responses, which should be ok
> in a Quorum of RF 3 (quorum 1/2 of 3 = 2).
>
> Why is the consistency 5? Could it be because the data is actually located
> physically on 5 nodes despite the RF of 3? I ask about this possibility
> because I know for a fact my cluster is not in a good repaired state. My
> attempts at repairing resulted in different OOMs and extreme numbers of
> SSTables (which I assume are all remnants of my previous issues with C* and
> Secondary Indexes (!!!)). I've had to reboot the nodes after each attempt
> and do a cleanup, but something tells me things are still messed up.
>
> Is the python driver somehow automatically determining where the data is
> located (despite the RF being different) and using this number instead of
> the RF in the Quorum computation?
>

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