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From "zhou_shuaifeng@sina.com" <zhou_shuaif...@sina.com>
Subject Re: Re: NotServingRegion: hbase region closed forever when open region response time out
Date Tue, 15 Sep 2015 11:33:35 GMT
I create a JIRA, and submit logs with analysis.
And attached possible solution patches, please review it, thanks.


From: Ted Yu
Date: 2015-09-10 22:23
To: zhou_shuaifeng@sina.com
CC: dev@hbase.apache.org; 张铎; wangyongqiang0617
Subject: Re: NotServingRegion: hbase region closed forever when open region response time
Can you come up with a test that shows the problem ?

Consider opening a JIRA with anonymized master log, your test and proposed solution (if you
have one).


On Thu, Sep 10, 2015 at 6:09 AM, zhou_shuaifeng@sina.com <zhou_shuaifeng@sina.com> wrote:
Hi all, 
    I found a situation may cause region closed forever, and this situation happend usually
on my cluster, version is 0.98.10, but 1.1.2 also have the problem:
    1, master send region open to regionserver
    2, rs open a handler do openregion
    3, rs return resopnse to master
    3, master not received the response, or timeout, send open region again
    4, rs already opened the region
    5, master processAlreadyOpenedRegion, update regionstate open in master memory
    6, master received zk message region opened(for some reason late, eg: net work), and triger
update regionstate open, but find that region already opened, ERROR!
    7, master send close region, and region be closed forever.

may be a solution is change processAlreadyOpenedRegion in class AssignmentManager:

  private void processAlreadyOpenedRegion(HRegionInfo region, ServerName sn) {
    // Remove region from in-memory transition and unassigned node from ZK
    // While trying to enable the table the regions of the table were
    // already enabled.
    LOG.debug("ALREADY_OPENED " + region.getRegionNameAsString()
      + " to " + sn);
    String encodedName = region.getEncodedName();

     *  check region state in zk, if already opened, return; leave the regionStates work to
zkStatus change to trigger.

    deleteNodeInStates(encodedName, "offline", sn, EventType.M_ZK_REGION_OFFLINE);
    regionStates.regionOnline(region, sn);


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