germain.maurice at linkfluence.net
Mon Nov 22 12:19:17 EST 2010
I think it would be helpful to add some words about upgrading riak nodes
with a large amount of data,
because making a complete backup of data is not a reasonable task to do
(takes too much space and time).
Maybe, in the "rolling upgrades" instructions, backup step is optionnal ?
Thank you for your answer.
Le 22/11/10 17:47, Mark Phillips a écrit :
> Hey Tim,
> On Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 10:07 AM, Tim Heckman<theckman at gmail.com> wrote:
>> In general, what's the process for upgrading a ring?
>> Do you take nodes out of the ring one at a time, upgrade them, and
>> re-add them to the ring, or do you build an entirely new ring and
>> restore the data from backups?
>> I imagine this partly depends on how many versions behind you are, and
>> the specific changes to the server and storage backends.
> We just added a page to the wiki (this very morning, in fact) with
> rolling upgrade instructions for Debian, Redhat and Solaris.
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