Nie Gus created HDFS-13220:
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             Summary: Change lastCheckpointTime to use fsimage 
mostRecentCheckpointTime
                 Key: HDFS-13220
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HDFS-13220
             Project: Hadoop HDFS
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: namenode
            Reporter: Nie Gus


we found the our standby nn did not do the checkpoint, and the checkpoint alert 
keep alert, we use the jmx last checkpoint time and 
dfs.namenode.checkpoint.period to do the monitor check.

 

then check the code and log, found the standby NN are using monotonicNow, not 
fsimage checkpoint time, so when Standby NN restart or switch to Active, then 
the

lastCheckpointTime in doWork will be reset. so there is risk standby nn restart 
or stand active switch will cause the checkpoint delay. 

 
{code:java}
private void doWork() {
final long checkPeriod = 1000 * checkpointConf.getCheckPeriod();
// Reset checkpoint time so that we don't always checkpoint
// on startup.
lastCheckpointTime = monotonicNow();
while (shouldRun) {
boolean needRollbackCheckpoint = namesystem.isNeedRollbackFsImage();
if (!needRollbackCheckpoint) {
try {
Thread.sleep(checkPeriod);
} catch (InterruptedException ie) {
}
if (!shouldRun) {
break;
}
}
try {
// We may have lost our ticket since last checkpoint, log in again, just in case
if (UserGroupInformation.isSecurityEnabled()) {
UserGroupInformation.getCurrentUser().checkTGTAndReloginFromKeytab();
}
final long now = monotonicNow();
final long uncheckpointed = countUncheckpointedTxns();
final long secsSinceLast = (now - lastCheckpointTime) / 1000;
boolean needCheckpoint = needRollbackCheckpoint;
if (needCheckpoint) {
LOG.info("Triggering a rollback fsimage for rolling upgrade.");
} else if (uncheckpointed >= checkpointConf.getTxnCount()) {
LOG.info("Triggering checkpoint because there have been " +
uncheckpointed + " txns since the last checkpoint, which " +
"exceeds the configured threshold " +
checkpointConf.getTxnCount());
needCheckpoint = true;
} else if (secsSinceLast >= checkpointConf.getPeriod()) {
LOG.info("Triggering checkpoint because it has been " +
secsSinceLast + " seconds since the last checkpoint, which " +
"exceeds the configured interval " + checkpointConf.getPeriod());
needCheckpoint = true;
}
synchronized (cancelLock) {
if (now < preventCheckpointsUntil) {
LOG.info("But skipping this checkpoint since we are about to failover!");
canceledCount++;
continue;
}
assert canceler == null;
canceler = new Canceler();
}
if (needCheckpoint) {
doCheckpoint();
// reset needRollbackCheckpoint to false only when we finish a ckpt
// for rollback image
if (needRollbackCheckpoint
&& namesystem.getFSImage().hasRollbackFSImage()) {
namesystem.setCreatedRollbackImages(true);
namesystem.setNeedRollbackFsImage(false);
}
lastCheckpointTime = now;
}
} catch (SaveNamespaceCancelledException ce) {
LOG.info("Checkpoint was cancelled: " + ce.getMessage());
canceledCount++;
} catch (InterruptedException ie) {
LOG.info("Interrupted during checkpointing", ie);
// Probably requested shutdown.
continue;
} catch (Throwable t) {
LOG.error("Exception in doCheckpoint", t);
} finally {
synchronized (cancelLock) {
canceler = null;
}
}
}
}
}
{code}
 

can we use the fsimage's mostRecentCheckpointTime to do the check.

 

thanks,

Gus



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