Cooper Bethea 2014-01-08, 20:00
Cooper Bethea 2014-01-09, 02:00
Chris Embree 2014-01-09, 04:40
Steve Loughran 2014-01-09, 09:33
Cooper Bethea 2014-01-09, 18:34
Cooper Bethea 2014-01-09, 18:46
Andrew Wang 2014-01-09, 21:56
Cooper Bethea 2014-01-09, 22:17
Hm, I had hoped this would have been fixed in hdfs 2. I have a script that
I run several times per day that identifies under replicated blocks and
increases the replication factor by 1. It then reduces the replication
factor back to normal.
I can dig up a link if you need it.
On Jan 8, 2014 9:00 PM, "Cooper Bethea" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Following on--is there a way that I can forcibly replicate these blocks,
> perhaps by rsyncing the underlying files to other datanodes? As you might
> imagine under-replicated data makes me very uneasy.
> On Wed, Jan 8, 2014 at 12:00 PM, Cooper Bethea <[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> > Hi HDFS developers,
> > I have a worrying problem in a 2.0.0-cdh4.4.0 HDFS cluster I am running.
> > blocks in the cluster are persistently reported to be under-replicated
> > "hdfs fsck".
> > I am able to fetch the files that contain these blocks, so I know that
> > data is there, but for some reason replication is not taking effect. In
> > hopes of getting the cluster to notice that there were under-replicated
> > blocks I tried using "hdfs dfs -setrep" to raise the replication factor,
> > but the cluster continues to report a single replica for each of these
> > blocks. When viewing master logs I see that the replication factor change
> > is respected, but there are no messages that refer to the
> > blocks.
> > Thanks for your time. Please let me know what I can do to investigate
> > further.