Before the Red one rebooted it had 1 active STREAM-STAGE. Now it has 0 in STREAM-STAGE.
Red one.Gary - both say nothing is happening with no destinations or sources.--On Thu, Apr 1, 2010 at 11:55 AM, Jonathan Ellis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
which node rebooted, the red one, or the blue one?
On Thu, Apr 1, 2010 at 11:26 AM, Dan Di Spaltro <email@example.com> wrote:
> So we are adding another node to the cluster with the latest 0.6 branch
> (RC1). It seems to be hung in some limbo state.
> Before bootstrapping our cluster had 50-60GB spread fairly evenly across 4
> machines, with RF=3. One machine had more load than the others, and sure
> enough bootstrapping selected that node. That is the red machine. The
> light blue machine is the new machine.
> I have attached a graph to illustrate when the bootstrap process started.
> In jconsole the streamingservice status was "performing anticompaction..."
> for over 18-24 hrs. It is currently in "nothing is happening". It did
> have 1 active STREAM-STAGE task, but the machine had to be rebooted for
> something unrelated to cassandra. Now the light blue machine appears to be
> getting data, but its growing at virtually the same rate as the other
> machines which makes me think it is part of the cluster and not actually
> streaming data from the machine its supposed to.
> Any other ideas on how to debug?
> Dan Di Spaltro
Dan Di Spaltro