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From Saad Mufti <saad.mu...@gmail.com>
Subject CDH Hbase 1.0.0 Requested row out of range during auto-split
Date Sun, 03 Apr 2016 04:14:19 GMT

We have a large 60 node CDH 5.5.2 Hbase 1.0.0 cluster that take a very
heavy write load. For increased performance, we are using the
BufferedMutator class in hbase-client, although we're using hbase-client
version 1.2.0 because it has a small performance fix to this class.

It seems to be working fine whether the Hbase region servers are undergoing
minor compaction or not, but at some point a lot of them decide to start
auto-splitting. We configure the tables at the beginning with an explicit
set of splits for a total of 1024 regions at the beginning. By now we are
up to 4096 or so regions based on auto-splitting.

We have observed that as soon as auto-splitting starts, the mutations in
the BufferedMutator start throwing exceptions of the following form (after
retries I presume, we are configured for 5 retries and a 3 second RPC

BufferedMutator Failed to send mutation
. org.apache.hadoop.hbase.exceptions.FailedSanityCheckException:
org.apache.hadoop.hbase.exceptions.FailedSanityCheckException: Requested
row out of range for doMiniBatchMutation on HRegion
startKey='0998-UP27f54301-cf7b-11e5-858a-00163ebce99d', getEndKey()='0999',
row='0759-UPbe8df720-c9d5-11e5-947f-00163ee0563a' at

Does anyone know the cause for this? I am new to Hbase, in most other
distributed systems I have worked with, the system handles rerouting, so I
was expecting that the Hbase region server would automatically route to the
correct region server/region during splits.

Any help that anyone can provide would be much appreciated. I can provide
more config settings if they turn out to be relevant but there are a ton of
them in Hbase of course and I am not sure which ones would be relevant here.

Thanks in advance.



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