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From "Swapnil Bawaskar (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (GEODE-3003) Geode doesn't start after cluster restart when using cluster-configuration
Date Tue, 30 May 2017 16:52:04 GMT

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Swapnil Bawaskar updated GEODE-3003:
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    Component/s: membership

> Geode doesn't start after cluster restart when using cluster-configuration
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: GEODE-3003
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/GEODE-3003
>             Project: Geode
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: configuration, membership
>            Reporter: Anton Mironenko
>            Priority: Blocker
>         Attachments: 20170522-geode-klyazma.zip, 20170522-geode-vyazma.zip, geode-host1.zip,
geode-host2.zip, readme.txt
>
>
> There is a two-host Geode cluster with locator and server on each host.
> First start of all nodes goes well.
> Then all nodes are gracefully stopped (kill [locator-PID] [server-PID]).
> The second start goes wrong: the locator on the first host always doesn't join the rest
of the cluster with the error in the locator log:
> "Region /_ConfigurationRegion has potentially stale data. It is waiting for another member
to recover the latest data."
> And sometimes (once per 5 starts) some server shuts down just after start with the error

> "org.apache.geode.GemFireConfigException: cluster configuration service not available".
> This bug started appearing only when we moved to Geode 1.1.1. And it totally blocks us.
> On GemFire 8.2.1 there was no such a bug.
> This is very easy to reproduce.
> Test preparation:
> ---------------------
> Here are two attached zip files - "geode-host1.zip" and "geode-host2.zip"
> 1) unzip "geode-host1.zip" into some folder on your first host
> 2) in start-locator.sh change the IPs of locators to the values of your host1 and host2
> "--locators=10.50.3.38[20236],10.50.3.14[20236]"
> 3) in start-server.sh 
> "locators=10.50.3.38[20236],10.50.3.14[20236]" change the IPs of locators to the values
of your host1 and host2
> 4) do the bullets 1)-4) for host2, the folder where you unzip the file should be the
same as on the first host
> Test running:
> ---------------
> 1) rm -rf {locator0,server1}
> 2) run ./start-locator.sh; ./start-server.sh on both hosts. See that this cluster start
is successful.
> 3) kill locator and server processes on both hosts
> kill [locator-PID] [server-PID]
> 4) run ./start-locator.sh; ./start-server.sh on both hosts
> 5) see that actually there are two clusters: "host1-locator" and "host1-server, host2-locator,
host2-server" instead of one cluster. And sometimes there is no "host1-server", because it
shutdown with error "Region /_ConfigurationRegion has potentially stale data. It is waiting
for another member to recover the latest data.".



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