Keith Wright wroteI have base Cassandra 1.1.7 installed in two data centers with 3 nodes
each using a PropertyFileSnitch as outlined below. When I run a nodetool
ring, I see a very uneven load. Any idea what I could be going on? I have
not added/removed any nodes or changed the replication scheme or counts.
I have a very similar issue myself and would love to know what (if anything)
needs to be done (I'm using 1.1.6 at the moment). After stress-test (maximum
load), I had the following on my nodes (every IP is changed to the
corresponding fake number):
This already shows uneven load despite the fact that nodes actually hold the
same amount of data (according to effective-ownership and application design
/ token values).
However I then proceeded to drop the single keyspace that was on this
cluster and I got this:
Why 126.96.36.199 still has 700+ MB of data? I tried nodetool repair,
nodetool cleanup, and node restart (for 188.8.131.52) -- none of that helped
(it still had those 700+ MB of data).
Here's info from the filesystem on that node:
And here is syslog from Cassandra when I restarted 184.108.40.206 node:
I'd much appreciate if someone can provide some insight as to what is going
on and what (if anything) needs to be done.
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