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From Adam Kawa <kawa.a...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: du reserved can ran into problems with reserved disk capacity by tune2fs
Date Sun, 01 Dec 2013 20:24:55 GMT
We ran into issue as well on our cluster.

+1 for JIRA for that
Alexander, could you please create a JIRA in
https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HDFS for that (it is your
observation, so that you should get credit ;). Otherwise, I can do that.

2013/2/12 Alexander Fahlke <alexander.fahlke.mailinglists@googlemail.com>

> Hi!
> I'm using hadoop-0.20.2 on Debian Squeeze and ran into the same confusion
> as many others with the parameter for dfs.datanode.du.reserved.
> One day some data nodes got out of disk errors although there was space
> left on the disks.
> The following values are rounded to make the problem more clear:
> - the disk for the DFS data has 1000GB and only one Partition (ext3) for
> DFS data
> - you plan to set the dfs.datanode.du.reserved to 20GB
> - the reserved reserved-blocks-percentage by tune2fs is 5% (the default)
> That gives all users, except root, 5% less capacity that they can use.
> Although the System reports the total of 1000GB as usable for all users via
> df.
> The hadoop-deamons are not running as root.
> If i read it right, than hadoop get's the free capacity via df.
> Starting in /src/hdfs/org/apache/hadoop/hdfs/server/datanode/FSDataset.java
> on line 350:
>  return usage.getCapacity()-reserved;
> going to /src/core/org/apache/hadoop/fs/DF.java which says:
>  "Filesystem disk space usage statistics. Uses the unix 'df' program"
> When you have 5% reserved by tune2fs (in our case 50GB) and you give
> dfs.datanode.du.reserved only 20GB, than you can possibly ran into out of
> disk errors that hadoop can't handle.
> In this case you must add the planned 20GB du reserved to the reserved
> capacity by tune2fs. This results in (at least) 70GB
> for dfs.datanode.du.reserved in my case.
> Two ideas:
> 1. The documentation must be clear at this point to avoid this problem.
> 2. Hadoop could check for reserved space by tune2fs (or other tools) and
> add this value to the dfs.datanode.du.reserved parameter.
> --
> BR
> Alexander Fahlke
> Software Development
> www.fahlke.org

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