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From Mohit Anchlia <mohitanch...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Cassandra 1.2.9 cluster with vnodes is heavily unbalanced.
Date Fri, 20 Sep 2013 00:35:21 GMT
Other thing I noticed is that you are using mutiple RACKS and that might be
contributing factor to it. However, I am not sure.

Can you paste the output of nodetool cfstats and ring? Is it possible to
run the same test but keeping all the nodes in one rack?

I think you should open a JIRA if you are able to reproduce this.

On Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 4:41 PM, Jayadev Jayaraman <jdisalive@gmail.com>wrote:

> We ran nodetool repair on all nodes for all Keyspaces / CFs, restarted
> cassandra and this is what we get for nodetool status :
>
> bin/nodetool -h localhost status
> Datacenter: us-east
> ===================
> Status=Up/Down
> |/ State=Normal/Leaving/Joining/Moving
> --  Address         Load       Tokens  Owns (effective)  Host ID
>                     Rack
> UN  10.238.133.174  885.36 MB  256     8.4%
>  e41d8863-ce37-4d5c-a428-bfacea432a35  1a
> UN  10.238.133.97   468.66 MB  256     7.7%
>  1bf42b5e-4aed-4b06-bdb3-65a78823b547  1a
> UN  10.151.86.146   1.08 GB    256     8.0%
>  8952645d-4a27-4670-afb2-65061c205734  1a
> UN  10.138.10.9     941.44 MB  256     8.6%
>  25ccea82-49d2-43d9-830c-b9c9cee026ec  1a
> UN  10.87.87.240    99.69 MB   256     8.6%
>  ea066827-83bc-458c-83e8-bd15b7fc783c  1b
> UN  10.93.5.157     87.44 MB   256     7.6%
>  4ab9111c-39b4-4d15-9401-359d9d853c16  1b
> UN  10.238.137.250  561.42 MB  256     7.8%
>  84301648-afff-4f06-aa0b-4be421e0d08f  1a
> UN  10.92.231.170   893.75 MB  256     9.3%
>  a18ce761-88a0-4407-bbd1-c867c4fecd1f  1b
> UN  10.138.2.20     31.89 MB   256     7.9%
>  a6d4672a-0915-4c64-ba47-9f190abbf951  1a
> UN  10.93.31.44     312.52 MB  256     7.8%
>  67a6c0a6-e89f-4f3e-b996-cdded1b94faf  1b
> UN  10.93.91.139    30.46 MB   256     8.1%
>  682dd848-7c7f-4ddb-a960-119cf6491aa1  1b
> UN  10.236.138.169  260.15 MB  256     9.1%
>  cbbf27b0-b53a-4530-bfdf-3764730b89d8  1a
> UN  10.137.7.90     38.45 MB   256     7.4%
>  17b79aa7-64fc-4e16-b96a-955b0aae9bb4  1a
> UN  10.93.77.166    867.15 MB  256     8.8%
>  9a821d1e-40e5-445d-b6b7-3cdd58bdb8cb  1b
> UN  10.120.249.140  863.98 MB  256     9.4%
>  e1fb69b0-8e66-4deb-9e72-f901d7a14e8a  1b
> UN  10.90.246.128   242.63 MB  256     8.4%
>  054911ec-969d-43d9-aea1-db445706e4d2  1b
> UN  10.123.95.248   171.51 MB  256     7.2%
>  a17deca1-9644-4520-9e62-ac66fc6fef60  1b
> UN  10.136.11.40    33.8 MB    256     8.5%
>  66be1173-b822-40b5-b650-cb38ae3c7a51  1a
> UN  10.87.90.42     38.01 MB   256     8.0%
>  dac0c6ea-56c6-44da-a4ec-6388f39ecba1  1b
> UN  10.87.75.147    579.29 MB  256     8.3%
>  ac060edf-dc48-44cf-a1b5-83c7a465f3c8  1b
> UN  10.151.49.88    151.06 MB  256     8.9%
>  57043573-ab1b-4e3c-8044-58376f7ce08f  1a
> UN  10.87.83.107    512.91 MB  256     8.3%
>  0019439b-9f8a-4965-91b8-7108bbb55593  1b
> UN  10.238.170.159  85.04 MB   256     9.4%
>  32ce322e-4f7c-46c7-a8ce-bd73cdd54684  1a
> UN  10.137.20.183   167.41 MB  256     8.4%
>  15951592-8ab2-473d-920a-da6e9d99507d  1a
>
> It doesn't seem to have changed by much. The loads are still highly
> uneven.
>
> As for the number of keys in each node's CFs : the largest node now
> has 5589120 keys for the column-family that had 6527744 keys before (load
> is now 1.08 GB as compares to 1.05 GB before), while the smallest node now
> has 71808 keys as compared to 3840 keys before (load is now 31.89 MB as
> compares to 1.12 MB before).
>
>
> On Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 5:18 PM, Mohit Anchlia <mohitanchlia@gmail.com>wrote:
>
>> Can you run nodetool repair on all the nodes first and look at the keys?
>>
>>
>> On Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 1:22 PM, Suruchi Deodhar <
>> suruchi.deodhar@generalsentiment.com> wrote:
>>
>>> Yes, the key distribution does vary across the nodes. For example, on
>>> the node with the highest data, Number of Keys (estimate) is 6527744 for a
>>> particular column family, whereas for the same column family on the node
>>> with least data, Number of Keys (estimate) = 3840.
>>>
>>> Is there a way to control this distribution by setting some parameter of
>>> cassandra.
>>>
>>> I am using the Murmur3 partitioner with NetworkTopologyStrategy.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Suruchi
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 3:59 PM, Mohit Anchlia <mohitanchlia@gmail.com>wrote:
>>>
>>>> Can you check cfstats to see number of keys per node?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 12:36 PM, Suruchi Deodhar <
>>>> suruchi.deodhar@generalsentiment.com> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Thanks for your replies. I wiped out my data from the cluster and also
>>>>> cleared the commitlog before restarting it with num_tokens=256. I then
>>>>> uploaded data using sstableloader.
>>>>>
>>>>> However, I am still not able to see a uniform distribution of data
>>>>> across nodes of the clusters.
>>>>>
>>>>> The output of the bin/nodetool -h localhost status commands looks like
>>>>> follows. Some nodes have data as low as 1.12MB while some have as high
as
>>>>> 912.57 MB.
>>>>>
>>>>> Datacenter: us-east
>>>>> ===================
>>>>> Status=Up/Down
>>>>> |/ State=Normal/Leaving/Joining/Moving
>>>>> --  Address         Load       Tokens  Owns (effective)  Host
>>>>> ID                               Rack
>>>>> UN  10.238.133.174  856.66 MB  256     8.4%
>>>>> e41d8863-ce37-4d5c-a428-bfacea432a35  1a
>>>>> UN  10.238.133.97   439.02 MB  256     7.7%
>>>>> 1bf42b5e-4aed-4b06-bdb3-65a78823b547  1a
>>>>> UN  10.151.86.146   1.05 GB    256     8.0%
>>>>> 8952645d-4a27-4670-afb2-65061c205734  1a
>>>>> UN  10.138.10.9     912.57 MB  256     8.6%
>>>>> 25ccea82-49d2-43d9-830c-b9c9cee026ec  1a
>>>>> UN  10.87.87.240    70.85 MB   256     8.6%
>>>>> ea066827-83bc-458c-83e8-bd15b7fc783c  1b
>>>>> UN  10.93.5.157     60.56 MB   256     7.6%
>>>>> 4ab9111c-39b4-4d15-9401-359d9d853c16  1b
>>>>> UN  10.92.231.170   866.73 MB  256     9.3%
>>>>> a18ce761-88a0-4407-bbd1-c867c4fecd1f  1b
>>>>> UN  10.238.137.250  533.77 MB  256     7.8%
>>>>> 84301648-afff-4f06-aa0b-4be421e0d08f  1a
>>>>> UN  10.93.91.139    478.45 KB  256     8.1%
>>>>> 682dd848-7c7f-4ddb-a960-119cf6491aa1  1b
>>>>> UN  10.138.2.20     1.12 MB    256     7.9%
>>>>> a6d4672a-0915-4c64-ba47-9f190abbf951  1a
>>>>> UN  10.93.31.44     282.65 MB  256     7.8%
>>>>> 67a6c0a6-e89f-4f3e-b996-cdded1b94faf  1b
>>>>> UN  10.236.138.169  223.66 MB  256     9.1%
>>>>> cbbf27b0-b53a-4530-bfdf-3764730b89d8  1a
>>>>> UN  10.137.7.90     11.36 MB   256     7.4%
>>>>> 17b79aa7-64fc-4e16-b96a-955b0aae9bb4  1a
>>>>> UN  10.93.77.166    837.64 MB  256     8.8%
>>>>> 9a821d1e-40e5-445d-b6b7-3cdd58bdb8cb  1b
>>>>> UN  10.120.249.140  838.59 MB  256     9.4%
>>>>> e1fb69b0-8e66-4deb-9e72-f901d7a14e8a  1b
>>>>> UN  10.90.246.128   216.75 MB  256     8.4%
>>>>> 054911ec-969d-43d9-aea1-db445706e4d2  1b
>>>>> UN  10.123.95.248   147.1 MB   256     7.2%
>>>>> a17deca1-9644-4520-9e62-ac66fc6fef60  1b
>>>>> UN  10.136.11.40    4.24 MB    256     8.5%
>>>>> 66be1173-b822-40b5-b650-cb38ae3c7a51  1a
>>>>> UN  10.87.90.42     11.56 MB   256     8.0%
>>>>> dac0c6ea-56c6-44da-a4ec-6388f39ecba1  1b
>>>>> UN  10.87.75.147    549 MB     256     8.3%
>>>>> ac060edf-dc48-44cf-a1b5-83c7a465f3c8  1b
>>>>> UN  10.151.49.88    119.86 MB  256     8.9%
>>>>> 57043573-ab1b-4e3c-8044-58376f7ce08f  1a
>>>>> UN  10.87.83.107    484.3 MB   256     8.3%
>>>>> 0019439b-9f8a-4965-91b8-7108bbb55593  1b
>>>>> UN  10.137.20.183   137.67 MB  256     8.4%
>>>>> 15951592-8ab2-473d-920a-da6e9d99507d  1a
>>>>> UN  10.238.170.159  49.17 MB   256     9.4%
>>>>> 32ce322e-4f7c-46c7-a8ce-bd73cdd54684  1a
>>>>>
>>>>> Is there something else that I should be doing differently?
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks for your help!
>>>>>
>>>>> Suruchi
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> On Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 3:20 PM, Richard Low <richard@wentnet.com>wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> The only thing you need to guarantee is that Cassandra doesn't start
>>>>>> with num_tokens=1 (the default in 1.2.x) or, if it does, that you
wipe all
>>>>>> the data before starting it with higher num_tokens.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> On 19 September 2013 19:07, Robert Coli <rcoli@eventbrite.com>
wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> On Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 10:59 AM, Suruchi Deodhar <
>>>>>>> suruchi.deodhar@generalsentiment.com> wrote:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Do you suggest I should try with some other installation
mechanism?
>>>>>>>> Are there any known problems with the tar installation of
cassandra 1.2.9
>>>>>>>> that I should be aware of?
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I was asking in the context of this JIRA :
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CASSANDRA-2356
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Which does not seem to apply in your case!
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> =Rob
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>
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