Update: data should now be recovered and everything back on track. Latest data might take a bit of time to catch up since we have just restarted the replication script on the analytics-slave.
All the details about the outage in https://phabricator. wikimedia.org/T188991 Thanks! Luca 2018-03-06 13:55 GMT+01:00 Luca Toscano <ltosc...@wikimedia.org>: > Hi everybody, > > today, while performing maintenance to the Eventlogging Master database, > we ended up in https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T188991 (TL;DR: two > hours of data inserted to the slave database and not the master one). We > are working to find a feasible solution to avoid loosing data and getting > out this inconsistent state, so as precautionary measure the Eventlogging > mysql consumers have been stopped. > > A couple of notes: > > - The Eventlogging machinery is working as expected, except mysql > insertion of course. > - The HDFS data has not been affected by this issue. > > Please check the task for more updates, or follow up with the Analytics > team on IRC (#wikimedia-analytics on freenode). > > Thanks and sorry for the trouble! > > Luca (on behalf of the Analytics team) >
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