Thrift and ClientState are both unrelated to hints.
What do you see in the logs after "Started hinted handoff for
host:..." from HintedHandoffManager?
It should either have an error message or something along the lines of
"Finished hinted handoff of:..."
Where there any schema updates that preceded this happening?
As for the thrift stuff, which rpc_server_type are you using?
On Wed, Aug 7, 2013 at 6:14 AM, David McNelis <email@example.com> wrote:
> Morning folks,
> For the last couple of days all of my nodes (17, all running 1.2.8) have
> been stuck at various percentages of completion for compacting system.hints.
> I've tried restarting the nodes (including a full rolling restart of the
> cluster) to no avail.
> When I turn on Debugging I am seeing this error on all of the nodes
> DEBUG 09:03:21,999 Thrift transport error occurred during processing of
> at org.apache.thrift.TBaseProcessor.process(TBaseProcessor.java:22)
> at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:724)
> When I turn on tracing, I see that shortly after this error there is a
> message similar to:
> TRACE 09:03:22,000 ClientState removed for socket addr /10.55.56.211:35431
> The IP in this message is sometimes a client machine, sometimes another
> cassandra node with no processes other than C* running on it (which I think
> rules out an issue with a particular client library doing something funny
> with Thrift).
> While I wouldn't expect a Thrift issue to cause problems with compaction,
> I'm out of other ideas at the moment. Anyone have any thoughts they could