cleanup removes data which doesn't belong to the current node. You have to run it only if you move (or add new) nodes. In your case there is no any reason to do it.


On Tue, May 28, 2013 at 7:39 AM, VÝctor Hugo Oliveira Molinar <vhmolinar@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello everyone.
I have a daily maintenance task at c* which does:

-truncate cfs
-clearsnapshots
-repair
-cleanup

The reason I need to clean things is that I wont need most of my inserted data on the next day. It's kind a business requirement.

Well, áthe problem I'm running to, is the misunderstanding about cleanup operation.
I have 2 nodes with lower than half usage of disk, which is moreless 13GB;

But, the last few days, arbitrarily each node have reported me a cleanup error indicating that the disk was full. Which is not true.

Error occured during cleanup
java.util.concurrent.ExecutionException: java.io.IOException: disk full


So I'd like to know more about what does happens in a cleanup operation.
Appreciate any help.