Thanks for the info.
Upgrade within the 1.0.x branch is simply a rolling restart, right?
CASSANDRA-3496, fixed in 1.0.4+
On Thu, Feb 16, 2012 at 8:27 AM, Bill Au <email@example.com> wrote:
> I am running 1.0.2 with the default tiered compaction. After running a
> "nodetool compact", I noticed that on about half of the machines in my
> cluster, both "nodetool ring" and "nodetool info" report that the load is
> actually higher than before when I expect it to be lower. It is almost
> twice as much as before. I did a du command on the data directory and found
> the the actual disk usage is only about half of what's being reported by
> nodetool. Since I am running 1.0.2, there are no compacted sstables waiting
> to be removed. I manually trigger a full GC in the JVM but that made no
> difference. When I restarted Cassandra, nodetool once again report the
> correct load.
> Is this a known problem?
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