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From Bob Sheehan <bshee...@vmware.com>
Subject Tracking down possible network partition
Date Thu, 24 Sep 2015 19:32:22 GMT
We have similar issue:

3 node ZK cluster in DC1 (e.g. Las Vegas) .. quorum of 2. Each node on Vmware ESXI host in
same rack.

2 observer ZK nodes in DC2 (e.g Germany).Each node on Vmware ESXI host in same rack.

Centos 6
ZK version Cloudera cdh 3.4.5.

  *   Looks like leader election in DC1 is taking a while ~15 minutes. At some point TCP connection
to one of three nodes is lost. Eventualy repairs.

  *   Apparently during leader election connection lost to observers for ~15 minutes... then
connection repaired. But we have 15 minute window where both observers (DC2) cannot communicate
with ZK cluster (DC1). Our DC2 clients are comuunicating to observers using apache curator
library. This causes our API to fail as it needs ZK data.

We used netstat on TCP ports and are seeing non 0 SENDQ size.

Is there any know fix/patch for this ? Suggestions welcome.



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