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From Romain Hardouin <romainh...@yahoo.fr>
Subject Re: Read timeouts on primary key queries
Date Mon, 05 Sep 2016 12:35:41 GMT
Hi,
Try to put org.apache.cassandra.db.ConsistencyLevel at DEBUG level, it could help to find
a regular pattern. By the way, I see that you have set a global read repair chance:    read_repair_chance
= 0.1And not the local read repair:    dclocal_read_repair_chance = 0.0 Is there any reason
to do that or is it just the old (pre 2.0.9) default configuration? 
The cell count is the number of triplets: (name, value, timestamp)
Also, I see that you have set sstable_size_in_mb at 50 MB. What is the rational behind this?
(Yes I'm curious :-) ). Anyway your "SSTables per read" are good.
Best,
Romain
    Le Lundi 5 septembre 2016 13h32, Joseph Tech <jaalex.tech@gmail.com> a écrit :
 

 Hi Ryan,
Attached are the cfhistograms run within few mins of each other. On the surface, don't see
anything which indicates too much skewing (assuming skewing ==keys spread across many SSTables)
. Please confirm. Related to this, what does the "cell count" metric indicate ; didn't find
a clear explanation in the documents.
Thanks,Joseph

On Thu, Sep 1, 2016 at 6:30 PM, Ryan Svihla <rs@foundev.pro> wrote:

 Have you looked at cfhistograms/tablehistograms your data maybe just skewed (most likely
explanation is probably the correct one here)

Regard,
Ryan Svihla
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From: Joseph Tech <jaalex.tech@gmail.com>
Sent: Wednesday, August 31, 2016 11:16 PM
Subject: Re: Read timeouts on primary key queries
To: <user@cassandra.apache.org>


Patrick,
The desc table is below (only col names changed) : 
CREATE TABLE db.tbl (    id1 text,    id2 text,    id3 text,    id4 text,    f1
text,    f2 map<text, text>,    f3 map<text, text>,    created timestamp, 
  updated timestamp,    PRIMARY KEY (id1, id2, id3, id4)) WITH CLUSTERING ORDER BY (id2
ASC, id3 ASC, id4 ASC)    AND bloom_filter_fp_chance = 0.01    AND caching = '{"keys":"ALL",
"rows_per_partition":"NONE"}'    AND comment = ''    AND compaction = {'sstable_size_in_mb':
'50', 'class': 'org.apache.cassandra.db. compaction. LeveledCompactionStrategy'}    AND
compression = {'sstable_compression': 'org.apache.cassandra.io. compress.LZ4Compressor'} 
  AND dclocal_read_repair_chance = 0.0    AND default_time_to_live = 0    AND gc_grace_seconds
= 864000    AND max_index_interval = 2048    AND memtable_flush_period_in_ms = 0   
AND min_index_interval = 128    AND read_repair_chance = 0.1    AND speculative_retry
= '99.0PERCENTILE';
and the query is select * from tbl where id1=? and id2=? and id3=? and id4=?
The timeouts happen within ~2s to ~5s, while the successful calls have avg of 8ms and p99
of 15s. These times are seen from app side, the actual query times would be slightly lower. 
Is there a way to capture traces only when queries take longer than a specified duration?
. We can't enable tracing in production given the volume of traffic. We see that the same
query which timed out works fine later, so not sure if the trace of a successful run would
help.
Thanks,Joseph

On Wed, Aug 31, 2016 at 8:05 PM, Patrick McFadin <pmcfadin@gmail.com> wrote:

If you are getting a timeout on one table, then a mismatch of RF and node count doesn't seem
as likely. 
Time to look at your query. You said it was a 'select * from table where key=?' type query.
I would next use the trace facility in cqlsh to investigate further. That's a good way to
find hard to find issues. You should be looking for clear ledge where you go from single digit
ms to 4 or 5 digit ms times. 
The other place to look is your data model for that table if you want to post the output from
a desc table.
Patrick


On Tue, Aug 30, 2016 at 11:07 AM, Joseph Tech <jaalex.tech@gmail.com> wrote:

On further analysis, this issue happens only on 1 table in the KS which has the max reads. 
@Atul, I will look at system health, but didnt see anything standing out from GC logs. (using
JDK 1.8_92 with G1GC). 
@Patrick , could you please elaborate the "mismatch on node count + RF" part.
On Tue, Aug 30, 2016 at 5:35 PM, Atul Saroha <atul.saroha@snapdeal.com> wrote:

There could be many reasons for this if it is intermittent. CPU usage + I/O wait status. As
read are I/O intensive, your IOPS requirement should be met that time load. Heap issue if
CPU is busy for GC only. Network health could be the reason. So better to look system health
during that time when it comes.

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On Tue, Aug 30, 2016 at 5:10 PM, Joseph Tech <jaalex.tech@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Patrick,
The nodetool status shows all nodes up and normal now. From OpsCenter "Event Log" , there
are some nodes reported as being down/up etc. during the timeframe of timeout, but these are
Search workload nodes from the remote (non-local) DC. The RF is 3 and there are 9 nodes per
DC.
Thanks,Joseph
On Mon, Aug 29, 2016 at 11:07 PM, Patrick McFadin <pmcfadin@gmail.com> wrote:

You aren't achieving quorum on your reads as the error is explains. That means you either
have some nodes down or your topology is not matching up. The fact you are using LOCAL_QUORUM
might point to a datacenter mis-match on node count + RF. 
What does your nodetool status look like?
Patrick
On Mon, Aug 29, 2016 at 10:14 AM, Joseph Tech <jaalex.tech@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi,
We recently started getting intermittent timeouts on primary key queries (select * from table
where key=<key>)
The error is : com.datastax.driver.core.excep tions.ReadTimeoutException: Cassandra timeout
during read query at consistency LOCAL_QUORUM (2 responses were required but only 1 replica
a responded)
The same query would work fine when tried directly from cqlsh. There are no indications in
system.log for the table in question, though there were compactions in progress for tables
in another keyspace which is more frequently accessed. 
My understanding is that the chances of primary key queries timing out is very minimal. Please
share the possible reasons / ways to debug this issue. 

We are using Cassandra 2.1 (DSE 4.8.7).
Thanks,Joseph
















 



   
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