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From "Hunter L (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Created] (HELIX-787) TASK: Fix stuck tasks after Participant connection loss
Date Fri, 02 Nov 2018 21:03:00 GMT
Hunter L created HELIX-787:
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             Summary: TASK: Fix stuck tasks after Participant connection loss
                 Key: HELIX-787
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HELIX-787
             Project: Apache Helix
          Issue Type: Improvement
            Reporter: Hunter L
            Assignee: Hunter L


When Helix Participants lose ZK connection and enter a new ZK session, that causes all task
partitions on those Participants to be reset into INIT state. This is undesirable because
in reality, these tasks are considered dropped and should be scheduled on some other instance.
This is the Controller side fix for this problem: when we detect tasks whose assigned Participants
are no longer live, we mark them as DROPPED in their parent JobContext so that AssignableInstance
will not consider them active when it is refreshed in the next pipeline. This enables these
dropped tasks to be reassigned onto other instances.

Note that a Participant-side fix must follow so that upon reset() on task partitions, they
should be in DROPPED state, not in INIT state. This does not inherently solve stuck INIT states
on the original Participant. However, by letting these tasks be assigned on other instances,
this fix lets jobs and workflows complete, upon which their CurrentStates will be dropped
altogether.

Changelist:
1. Mark task partitions whose assigned Participants are no longer live as DROPPED in JobContext



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