Missing SST File
shane at mcewan.id.au
Fri Jan 11 08:47:30 EST 2013
We're running version 1.2.1.
I was actually following the Repair KV Indexes instructions which
triggered the problem. I was doing the repair mostly out of curiosity to
see what it did. I was thinking of using it as a sanity check for Riak
I assume there's a different sort of repair I can run?
On 11/01/13 12:48, Matthew Von-Maszewski wrote:
> What version of Riak?
> Likely you need to take the node offline and run repair.
> On Jan 11, 2013, at 4:50 AM, Shane McEwan <shane at mcewan.id.au> wrote:
>> I posted this to the LevelDB mailing list with little success. Apologies if you've already seen this from there.
>> We've started getting errors in a LevelDB LOG file about a missing SST file:
>> 2013/01/10-15:08:12.714525 7fb0767fa700 Compacting 14 at 0 + 7 at 1 files
>> 2013/01/10-15:08:25.121147 7fb0767fa700 compacted to: files[ 14 7 50 105 0 0 0 ]
>> 2013/01/10-15:08:25.121488 7fb0767fa700 Delete type=2 #111404
>> 2013/01/10-15:08:25.147976 7fb0767fa700 Compaction error: IO error: /data/riak/leveldb/902020541790166644828836732692080926193895866368/006558.sst: No such file or directory
>> I assume it means we've got an SST file listed in the MANIFEST file that doesn't exist anymore. The SST in question doesn't exist in any of the snapshots I have around the time it was likely to have been created.
>> I saw mention of a bug fixed in the latest LevelDB that could cause what we're seeing except that we haven't run out of disk space so I'm not sure we've hit that. I'm less interested in HOW it happened since we've moved to different hardware since then.
>> We haven't noticed any missing data in our database (perhaps Riak replicas are helping there?) and even if there is something missing the nature of our data means that we can probably live without it.
>> My question is, can we remove the offending file's entry out of the MANIFEST file somehow? Or will it sort itself out? Currently our idle test database is spinning at 100% CPU trying to compact a file that doesn't exist.
>>  https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/leveldb/Kc9JxuIUu5A/9P0N9RL4ar8J
>> Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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