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From "Jeffrey Zhong (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (HBASE-11591) Scanner fails to retrieve KV from bulk loaded file with highest sequence id than the cell's mvcc in a non-bulk loaded file
Date Thu, 21 Aug 2014 17:39:12 GMT

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Jeffrey Zhong commented on HBASE-11591:
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[~ram_krish] {quote}
I think the change in HRegion.java to set the write Sequence number is a bug fix? I still
feel the patch would cause issue in the following scenario after the above changes
-> Assume a scan started and the read point is 20 at that time
-> Bulk load is just getting completed and the scanner heap gets reset. The new bulk loaded
file with seqId 22 (for eg) gets added now to the scanner heap. But remember that the read
point is still 20.
-> After this change we would just set the bulk load file's seqId to all its KVs which
is 22. 
-> Because there is no mvcc info in this bulk loaded file the scan would not be able to
skipTheKvsWithNewerReadPt() and hence the scan would still see the Kvs with 22 as the seqId
though the intention is to see only KVs with seqID 20.
I may be wrong. Am I missing something here? I may be wrong because for bulk loaded files
because there is no mvcc we are allowed to read anything in that irrespective of the read
pt?
{quote}
The situation above is valid. While existing behavior(like 0.98), we allow a scan with lower
readpt to read a bulk loaded file immediately as we can load a hfile atomically. I think it's
fine either keeping existing behavior or add handling for such cases. Another option to handle
such case you can set hasMVCCInfo to true for a bulk loaded file because we will set its KVs'
mvcc using Hfile seqId.


[~jerryhe] {quote}It can be used backup HBase data and restore.{quote}
For such case, trunk code can handle it but you need to keep deleted cells & mvcc forever(using
config "hbase.hstore.compaction.keep.mvcc.period"). When you load a old hfile, its KVs will
be sorted correctly based on their mvcc values(LogSeqId).
  


> Scanner fails to retrieve KV  from bulk loaded file with highest sequence id than the
cell's mvcc in a non-bulk loaded file
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: HBASE-11591
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HBASE-11591
>             Project: HBase
>          Issue Type: Bug
>    Affects Versions: 0.99.0
>            Reporter: ramkrishna.s.vasudevan
>            Assignee: ramkrishna.s.vasudevan
>            Priority: Critical
>             Fix For: 0.99.0
>
>         Attachments: HBASE-11591.patch, HBASE-11591_1.patch, HBASE-11591_2.patch, HBASE-11591_3.patch,
HBASE-11591_5.patch, TestBulkload.java, hbase-11591-03-02.patch, hbase-11591-03-jeff.patch
>
>
> See discussion in HBASE-11339.
> When we have a case where there are same KVs in two files one produced by flush/compaction
and the other thro the bulk load.
> Both the files have some same kvs which matches even in timestamp.
> Steps:
> Add some rows with a specific timestamp and flush the same.  
> Bulk load a file with the same data.. Enusre that "assign seqnum" property is set.
> The bulk load should use HFileOutputFormat2 (or ensure that we write the bulk_time_output
key).
> This would ensure that the bulk loaded file has the highest seq num.
> Assume the cell in the flushed/compacted store file is 
> row1,cf,cq,ts1, value1  and the cell in the bulk loaded file is
> row1,cf,cq,ts1,value2 
> (There are no parallel scans).
> Issue a scan on the table in 0.96. The retrieved value is row1,cf1,cq,ts1,value2
> But the same in 0.98 will retrieve row1,cf1,cq,ts2,value1. 
> This is a behaviour change.  This is because of this code 
> {code}
>     public int compare(KeyValueScanner left, KeyValueScanner right) {
>       int comparison = compare(left.peek(), right.peek());
>       if (comparison != 0) {
>         return comparison;
>       } else {
>         // Since both the keys are exactly the same, we break the tie in favor
>         // of the key which came latest.
>         long leftSequenceID = left.getSequenceID();
>         long rightSequenceID = right.getSequenceID();
>         if (leftSequenceID > rightSequenceID) {
>           return -1;
>         } else if (leftSequenceID < rightSequenceID) {
>           return 1;
>         } else {
>           return 0;
>         }
>       }
>     }
> {code}
> Here  in 0.96 case the mvcc of the cell in both the files will have 0 and so the comparison
will happen from the else condition .  Where the seq id of the bulk loaded file is greater
and would sort out first ensuring that the scan happens from that bulk loaded file.
> In case of 0.98+ as we are retaining the mvcc+seqid we are not making the mvcc as 0 (remains
a non zero positive value).  Hence the compare() sorts out the cell in the flushed/compacted
file.  Which means though we know the lateset file is the bulk loaded file we don't scan the
data.
> Seems to be a behaviour change.  Will check on other corner cases also but we are trying
to know the behaviour of bulk load because we are evaluating if it can be used for MOB design.



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