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From "Chackaravarthy (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (HDFS-9650) Problem is logging of "Redundant addStoredBlock request received"
Date Mon, 23 May 2016 07:34:12 GMT

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Chackaravarthy commented on HDFS-9650:

[~frha] Have you resolved this problem or able to root cause it? I am also hitting a similar
issue. DataNode restart leads to these logs in NameNode making serviceRPC latency huge. So
not able to perform DN restarts.

> Problem is logging of "Redundant addStoredBlock request received"
> -----------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: HDFS-9650
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HDFS-9650
>             Project: Hadoop HDFS
>          Issue Type: Bug
>            Reporter: Frode Halvorsen
> Description;
> Hadoop 2.7.1. 2 namenodes in HA. 14 Datanodes.
> Enough CPU,disk and RAM.
> Just discovered that some datanodes must have been corrupted somehow.
> When restarting  a 'defect' ( works without failure except when restarting) the active
namenode suddenly is logging a lot of : "Redundant addStoredBlock request received"
> and finally the failover-controller takes the namenode down, fails over to other node.
This node also starts logging the same, and as soon as the fisrt node is bac online, the failover-controller
again kill the active node, and does failover.
> This node now was started after the datanode, and doesn't log "Redundant addStoredBlock
request received" anymore, and restart of the second name-node works fine.
> If I again restarts the datanode- the process repeats itself.
> Problem is logging of "Redundant addStoredBlock request received" and why does it happen
> The failover-controller acts the same way as it did on 2.5/6 when we had a lot of 'block
does not belong to any replica'-messages. Namenode is too busy to respond to heartbeats, and
is taken down...
> To resolve this, I have to take down the datanode, delete all data from it, and start
it up. Then cluster will reproduce the missing blocks, and the failing datanode is working
fine again...

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