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From "Mikhail Bautin (Updated) (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (HBASE-4863) Make HBase Thrift server more configurable and add a command-line UI test
Date Thu, 24 Nov 2011 20:54:40 GMT

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Mikhail Bautin updated HBASE-4863:

    Attachment: 0001-Fix-thread-leaks-in-the-HBase-thread-pool-server.patch

The same as D531.3.patch but generated using "git format-patch --no-prefix HEAD^..HEAD" so
that it can be applied using the normal patch command.
> Make HBase Thrift server more configurable and add a command-line UI test
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: HBASE-4863
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HBASE-4863
>             Project: HBase
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>            Reporter: Mikhail Bautin
>            Assignee: Mikhail Bautin
>         Attachments: 0001-Fix-thread-leaks-in-the-HBase-thread-pool-server.patch, D531.1.patch,
D531.2.patch, D531.3.patch
> This started as an internal hotfix where we found out that the Thrift server spawned
15000 threads. To bound the thread pool size I added a custom thread pool server implementation
called HBaseThreadPoolServer into HBase codebase, and made the following parameters configurable
from both command line and as config settings: minWorkerThreads, maxWorkerThreads, and maxQueuedRequests.
Under an increasing load, the server creates new threads for every connection before the pool
size reaches minWorkerThreads. After that, the server puts new connections into the queue
and only creates a new thread when the queue is full. If an attempt to create a new thread
fails, the server drops connection. The default TThreadPoolServer would crash in that case,
but it never happened because the thread pool was unbounded, so the server would hang indefinitely,
consume a lot of memory, and cause huge latency spikes on the client side.
> Another part of this fix is refactoring and unit testing of the command-line part of
the Thrift server. The logic there is sufficiently complicated, and the existing ThriftServer
class does not test that part at all. The new TestThriftServerCmdLine test starts the Thrift
server on a random port with various combinations of options and talks to it through the client
API from another thread.

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