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From OpenInx <open...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: replication - how to change peer cluster key (zookeeper)
Date Thu, 11 Jul 2019 01:45:05 GMT
Hi marjana.  when you alter to the new replication peer, you only want the
new replication data redirect to
the new slave cluster ?  how about the old data in the master cluster ?  is
that necessary to migrate to the
new slave cluster also ?  In our XiaoMi clusters, when doing the migration
to a new slave cluster. we would
like to do the following:

1. add a disabled peer for the new slave cluster (enqueue the newly written
data during the snapshot exporting);
2. create a snapshot in the source cluster;
3. export  snapshot to the new slave cluster;
4. enable the disabled peer for new slave cluster; (replicate all the stuck
log to new slave).
5. remove the original replication peer.

Hope it will be helpful for you.

On Wed, Jul 10, 2019 at 8:18 PM marjana <mivkovic@us.ibm.com> wrote:

> You were thinking something like:
> 1. add_peer NEW_ID 'newZK'
> 2. disable_peer ORIGINAL_ID 'originalZK'.
> 3. stop slave hbase. move ZK.
> 4. start slave hbase. Data starts coming in for NEW_ID peer.
> 5. drop_peer ORIGINAL_ID
> Not sure about drop_peer, if I should do it at the end (in case something
> goes wrong with the ZK move) or after I disable it at step 2.
> Thanks
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