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From "Liu Shaohui (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (HBASE-12865) WALs may be deleted before they are replicated to peers
Date Mon, 19 Jan 2015 04:09:35 GMT

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Liu Shaohui commented on HBASE-12865:

Thanks for so many ideas.

[~xieliang007] also suggest that using the cversion of "replication/rs" to check if replication
queue has changed in the end of scan. 
I will make a patch according to this idea today.

#1 is also hard as we'd have to check the cversion of all RSs
We can only check the cversion of "replication/rs", not all RSs.

> WALs may be deleted before they are replicated to peers
> -------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: HBASE-12865
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HBASE-12865
>             Project: HBase
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Replication
>            Reporter: Liu Shaohui
> By design, ReplicationLogCleaner guarantee that the WALs  being in replication queue
can't been deleted by the HMaster. The ReplicationLogCleaner gets the WAL set from zookeeper
by scanning the replication zk node. But it may get uncompleted WAL set during replication
failover for the scan operation is not atomic.
> For example: There are three region servers: rs1, rs2, rs3, and peer id 10.  The layout
of replication zookeeper nodes is:
> {code}
> /hbase/replication/rs/rs1/10/wals
>                      /rs2/10/wals
>                      /rs3/10/wals
> {code}
> - t1: the ReplicationLogCleaner finished scanning the replication queue of rs1, and start
to scan the queue of rs2.
> - t2: region server rs3 is down, and rs1 take over rs3's replication queue. The new layout
> {code}
> /hbase/replication/rs/rs1/10/wals
>                      /rs1/10-rs3/wals
>                      /rs2/10/wals
>                      /rs3
> {code}
> - t3, the ReplicationLogCleaner finished scanning the queue of rs2, and start to scan
the node of rs3. But the the queue has been moved to  "replication/rs1/10-rs3/WALS"
> So the  ReplicationLogCleaner will miss the WALs of rs3 in peer 10 and the hmaster may
delete these WALs before they are replicated to peer clusters.
> We encountered this problem in our cluster and I think it's a serious bug for replication.
> Suggestions are welcomed to fix this bug. thx~

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