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From Check Peck <comptechge...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: replacing one zookeeper machine with brand new machine
Date Mon, 05 Feb 2018 20:19:33 GMT
Is there an option to remove a zookeeper node from exhibitor? I am not sure
it is there I guess.

On Mon, Feb 5, 2018 at 10:21 AM, Washko, Daniel <dwashko@gannett.com> wrote:

> The steps are the same whether Exhibitor is in the mix or not. Exhibitor
> will take care of management, though. I would recommend backing up the data
> in your Zookeeper ensemble just to be safe.
> 1) Spin up a new zookeeper and configure it to use exhibitor.
> 2) Let exhibitor bring it into the ensemble.
> 3) Use exhibitor to remove the old node.
> 4) Terminate the old node when exhibitor says it is no longer in the
> ensemble; or it is down.
> It has been a few years since I have worked with Exhibitor. It should
> automatically pull the new node into the ensemble. I believe there is an
> option to remove a node. You will be presented with a choice on how you
> want to initiate the changes - a rolling restart of restart all at once. I
> would recommend a rolling restart if you want to keep the ensemble live
> while you make the changes.
> If you have a problem with removing one of the nodes, you can edit the
> node list in exhibitor, remove that node, and save the configuration.
> Again, this will prompt for a rolling restart or parallel restart.
> Without exhibitor these are the steps I follow:
> 1) Backup the data
> 2) Spin up a new zookeeper
> 3) Identify the master
> 4) Alter the configuration on each zookeeper to add the new node and to
> add the other nodes to the new zookeeper. Be aware of the zookeeper ID, it
> has to be unique.
> 5) Perform a rolling restart of each node with the master last.
> 6) Verify the new master and that the data stored in zookeeper has
> migrated successfully to the new node.
> 7) Remove the old node from each config.
> 8) Stop zookeeper on the old node and do a rolling restart of the
> remaining zookeepr nodes with the master last.
> 9) Terminate the old node.
> --
> Daniel S Washko
> Solutions Architect
> Phone: 757 667 1463
> dwashko@gannett.comgannett.com <http://www.gannett.com/>
> ´╗┐On 2/2/18, 3:20 PM, "Check Peck" <comptechgeeky@gmail.com> wrote:
>     I have a zookeeper ensemble of 5 servers and I am using exhibitor on
> top of
>     it. And I installed exhibitor and setup zookeeper by following this
> link:
>     https://github.com/soabase/exhibitor/wiki/Building-Exhibitor
>     Below is how all my zookeeper machines are setup in exhibitor
>         S:1:machineA,
>         S:2:machineB,
>         S:3:machineC,
>         S:4:machineD,
>         S:5:machineE
>     Now for some reasons, I need to replace "machineE" with brand new
>     "machineF". What is the best way by which I can safely remove one
> machine
>     and replace it with new machine?

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