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From "nkeywal (Updated) (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (HBASE-5572) KeeperException.SessionExpiredException management could be improved in Master
Date Tue, 13 Mar 2012 18:30:46 GMT

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nkeywal updated HBASE-5572:

    Status: Open  (was: Patch Available)
> KeeperException.SessionExpiredException management could be improved in Master
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: HBASE-5572
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HBASE-5572
>             Project: HBase
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: master
>    Affects Versions: 0.96.0
>            Reporter: nkeywal
>            Assignee: nkeywal
>            Priority: Minor
>         Attachments: 5572.v1.patch, 5572.v2.patch, 5572.v2.patch
> Synthesis:
>  1) TestMasterZKSessionRecovery distinguish two cases on SessionExpiredException. One
is explicitly not managed. However, is seems that there is no reason for this.
>  2) The issue lies in ActiveMasterManager#blockUntilBecomingActiveMaster, a quite complex
function, with a useless recursive call.
>  3) TestMasterZKSessionRecovery#testMasterZKSessionRecoverySuccess is equivalent to TestZooKeeper#testMasterSessionExpired
>  4) TestMasterZKSessionRecovery#testMasterZKSessionRecoveryFailure can be removed if
we merge the two cases mentioned above.
> Changes are:
>  2) Changing ActiveMasterManager#blockUntilBecomingActiveMaster to have a single case
and remove recursion
>  1) Removing TestMasterZKSessionRecovery
> Detailed justification:
> testMasterZKSessionRecoveryFailure says:
> {noformat}
>   /**
>    * Negative test of master recovery from zk session expiry.
>    *
>    * Starts with one master. Fakes the master zk session expired.
>    * Ensures the master cannot recover the expired zk session since
>    * the master zk node is still there.
>    */
>   public void testMasterZKSessionRecoveryFailure() throws Exception {
>     MiniHBaseCluster cluster = TEST_UTIL.getHBaseCluster();
>     HMaster m = cluster.getMaster();
>     m.abort("Test recovery from zk session expired",
>       new KeeperException.SessionExpiredException());
>     assertTrue(m.isStopped());
>   }
> {noformat}
> This tests works, i.e. the assertion is always verified.
> But do we really want this behavior?
> When looking at the code, we see that this what's happening is strange:
> - HMaster#abort calls Master#abortNow. If HMaster#abortNow returns false HMaster#abort
stops the master.
> - HMaster#abortNow checks the exception type. As it's a SessionExpiredException it will
try to recover, calling HMaster#tryRecoveringExpiredZKSession. If it cannot, it will return
false (and that will make HMaster#abort stopping the master)
> - HMaster#tryRecoveringExpiredZKSession recreates a ZooKeeperConnection and then try
to become the active master. If it cannot, it will return false (and that will make HMaster#abort
stopping the master).
> - HMaster#becomeActiveMaster returns the result of ActiveMasterManager#blockUntilBecomingActiveMaster.
blockUntilBecomingActiveMaster says it will return false if there is any error preventing
it to become the active master.
> - ActiveMasterManager#blockUntilBecomingActiveMaster reads ZK for the master address.
If it's the same port & host, it deletes the nodes, that will start a recursive call to
blockUntilBecomingActiveMaster. This second call succeeds (we became the active master) and
return true. This result is ignored by the first blockUntilBecomingActiveMaster: it return
false (even if we actually became the active master), hence the whole suite call returns false
and HMaster#abort stops the master.
> In other words, the comment says "Ensures the master cannot recover the expired zk session
since the master zk node is still there." but we're actually doing a check just for this and
deleting the node. If we were not ignoring the result, we would return "true", so we would
not stop the master, so the test would fail.

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