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From ткаленко кирилл <tkalkir...@yandex.ru>
Subject Re: Extended logging for rebalance performance analysis
Date Fri, 03 Jul 2020 14:20:18 GMT
Hi, Stan!

I don't understand you yet.

Now you can use metrics as it was done in the test [1]. Or can you tell me where to do this,
for example when completing rebalancing for all groups?

See what is now available and added in the logs:
1)Which group is rebalanced and which type of rebalance.
Starting rebalance routine [grp0, topVer=AffinityTopologyVersion [topVer=4, minorTopVer=0],
supplier=3f2ae7cf-2bfe-455a-a76a-01fe27a00001, fullPartitions=[4, 7], histPartitions=[], rebalanceId=1]

2) Completion of rebalancing from one of the suppliers.
Completed rebalancing [grp=grp0, supplier=3f2ae7cf-2bfe-455a-a76a-01fe27a00001, partitions=2,
entries=60, duration=8ms, bytesRcvd=5,9 KB, topVer=AffinityTopologyVersion [topVer=4, minorTopVer=0],
progress=1/3, rebalanceId=1]

3) Completion of the entire rebalance.
Completed rebalance chain: [rebalanceId=1, partitions=116, entries=400, duration=41ms, bytesRcvd=40,4

These messages have a common parameter rebalanceId=1.

03.07.2020, 16:48, "Stanislav Lukyanov" <stanlukyanov@gmail.com>:
>>  On 3 Jul 2020, at 09:51, ткаленко кирилл <tkalkirill@yandex.ru>
>>  To calculate the average value, you can use the existing metrics "RebalancingStartTime",
"RebalancingLastCancelledTime", "RebalancingEndTime", "RebalancingPartitionsLeft", "RebalancingReceivedKeys"
and "RebalancingReceivedBytes".
> You can calculate it, and I believe that this is the first thing anyone would do when
reading these logs and metrics.
> If that's an essential thing then maybe it should be available out of the box?
>>  This also works correctly with the historical rebalance.
>>  Now we can see rebalance type for each group and for each supplier in logs. I don't
think we should duplicate this information.
>>  [2020-07-03 09:49:31,481][INFO ][sys-#160%rebalancing.RebalanceStatisticsTest2%][root]
Starting rebalance routine [ignite-sys-cache, topVer=AffinityTopologyVersion [topVer=3, minorTopVer=0],
supplier=a8be67b8-8ec7-4175-aa04-a59577100000, fullPartitions=[0, 2, 4, 6, 8], histPartitions=[],
> I'm talking about adding info on how much data has been transferred during rebalance.
> When rebalance completes I'd like to know how much data has been transferred, was it
historical or full, what was the average rebalance speed.
> There are two reasons for having all that.
> First, it helps to analyze the issues by searching the logs and looking for anomalies.
> Second, this allows to automate alerts: e.g. if you know your typical historical rebalance
speed, you can trigger an alert if it drops below that.
>>  03.07.2020, 02:49, "Stanislav Lukyanov" <stanlukyanov@gmail.com>:
>>>  Kirill,
>>>  I've looked through the patch.
>>>  Looks good, but it feels like the first thing someone will try to do given
bytesRcvd and duration is to divide one by another to get an average speed.
>>>  Do you think it's reasonable to also add it to the logs? Maybe even to the
>>>  Also, this works with historical rebalance, right? Can we specify how much
data was transferred via historical or full rebalance from each supplier?
>>>  Maybe even estimate transfer speed in entries and bytes for each rebalance
>>>  Thanks,
>>>  Stan
>>>>   On 29 Jun 2020, at 11:50, Ivan Rakov <ivan.glukos@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>   +1 to Alex G.
>>>>   From my experience, the most interesting cases with Ignite rebalancing
>>>>   happen exactly in production. According to the fact that we already have
>>>>   detailed rebalancing logging, adding info about rebalance performance
>>>>   like a reasonable improvement. With new logs we'll be able to detect
>>>>   investigate situations when rebalance is slow due to uneven suppliers
>>>>   distribution or network issues.
>>>>   Option to disable the feature in runtime shouldn't be used often, but
>>>>   will keep us on the safe side in case something goes wrong.
>>>>   The format described in
>>>>   https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/IGNITE-12080 looks
>>>>   good to me.
>>>>   On Tue, Jun 23, 2020 at 7:01 PM ткаленко кирилл <tkalkirill@yandex.ru>
>>>>   wrote:
>>>>>   Hello, Alexey!
>>>>>   Currently there is no way to disable / enable it, but it seems that
>>>>>   logs will not be overloaded, since Alexei Scherbakov offer seems
>>>>>   and compact. Of course, you can add disabling / enabling statistics
>>>>>   collection via jmx for example.
>>>>>   23.06.2020, 18:47, "Alexey Goncharuk" <alexey.goncharuk@gmail.com>:
>>>>>>   Hello Maxim, folks,
>>>>>>   ср, 6 мая 2020 г. в 21:01, Maxim Muzafarov <mmuzaf@apache.org>:
>>>>>>>   We won't do performance analysis on the production environment.
>>>>>>>   time we need performance analysis it will be done on a test
>>>>>>>   environment with verbose logging enabled. Thus I suggest
moving these
>>>>>>>   changes to a separate `profiling` module and extend the logging
>>>>>>>   more without any ышяу limitations. The same as these
[2] [3]
>>>>>>>   activities do.
>>>>>>   I strongly disagree with this statement. I am not sure who is
meant here
>>>>>>   by 'we', but I see a strong momentum in increasing observability
>>>>>>   that helps people to understand what exactly happens in the production
>>>>>>   environment [1]. Not everybody can afford two identical environments
>>>>>>   testing. We should make sure users have enough information to
>>>>>>   the root cause after the incident happened, and not force them
>>>>>   reproduce
>>>>>>   it, let alone make them add another module to the classpath and
>>>>>   the
>>>>>>   nodes.
>>>>>>   I think having this functionality in the core module with the
ability to
>>>>>>   disable/enable it is the right approach. Having the information
>>>>>   to
>>>>>>   log is ok, having it in an event that can be sent to a monitoring/tracing
>>>>>>   subsystem is even better.
>>>>>>   Kirill, can we enable and disable this feature in runtime to
avoid the
>>>>>   very
>>>>>>   same nodes restart?
>>>>>>   [1]
>>>>>   https://www.honeycomb.io/blog/yes-i-test-in-production-and-so-do-you/

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