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From Josh Elser <els...@apache.org>
Subject Re: decommissioning nodes
Date Sun, 19 Mar 2017 17:09:02 GMT
You may also be experiencing HDFS trying to re-replicate the blocks from 
the datanode you decommissioned? I'm not sure if your DN decommission 
process would have done that already.

I'm not aware of anything that you can pull off the shelf to maintain 
locality. Is decommissioning nodes that common of a task for you? That 
seems to be a competing goal to preserving locality...

Ted Tuttle wrote:
> Hello-
> We have had some problems with our cluster after decommissioning nodes.  The 2 things
that are troubling us are:
> 1) decommissioned nodes continue to show in master-status page as Dead Region Servers
> 2) we are seeing very busy (i.g. CPU and IO) nodes after decommissioning.  Looking at
stack traces on the busy RSs indicates the work is compaction.
> Our procedure for decommissioning is:
> 1) shutdown RS, job tracker and then DN
> 2) remove node for Hadoop slaves file and HBase regionservers file on master and RSs
> So, is there a way to decommission that will preserve locality and also inform HBase
that a node is gone for good?
> Thanks,
> Ted

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