Sergei Babovich 2010-12-22, 16:20
Mahadev Konar 2011-01-03, 20:05
Sergei Babovich 2011-01-03, 20:58
Ted Dunning 2011-01-03, 21:43
Mahadev Konar 2011-01-03, 22:31
Thanks a lot! Really helped!
On 01/03/2011 05:31 PM, Mahadev Konar wrote:
> I think Ted already answered you question but in case you are interested in
> more details, please take a look at
> On 1/3/11 1:43 PM, "Ted Dunning"<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> Actually, ZK is very good in this regard.
>> The lifetime of a single leader is denoted by an epoch number. Transactions
>> are identified by an epoch and a sequence number assigned by the leader.
>> Since there is only one leader and because all transactions are executed
>> serially, this
>> combination of epoch and transaction id uniquely specifies a transaction and
>> provides a complete ordering.
>> As transactions are committed, members of the committing quorum record the
>> latest epoch and transaction.
>> When you restart a cluster, the members of the cluster negotiate to
>> determine who has the latest transaction and then start from there. As
>> such, it is probably a good idea to backup more than just one log+snapshot
>> so that you have a better chance of having a later copy.
>> On Mon, Jan 3, 2011 at 12:58 PM, Sergei Babovich
>> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
>>> It is also understood about DR strategy. What is the mechanism for ZK to
>>> resolve conflicts in such case? Let's say we have a primitive backup
>>> strategy of shipping logs every hour. In theory it means (assuming the worst
>>> case) that on DR site all servers will have snapshots of the data made at
>>> different point in time. When I bring the DR cluster up what is a protocol
>>> of resolving inconsistencies? That was a reason of my question - it felt
>>> (may be naively) that recovering by replicating from the single node data
>>> (snapshot+log) would be safer and more consistent approach - it is easier to
>>> make guaranties about result.
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