Sergey Soldatov created HBASE-16857:
Summary: RateLimiter may fails during parallel scan execution
Issue Type: Bug
Affects Versions: 1.1.2
Reporter: Sergey Soldatov
Assignee: Sergey Soldatov
Steps to reproduce using phoenix (that's the easiest way to run a lot of
1. Create table:
create table "abc" (id bigint not null primary key, name varchar)
2. set quota from hbase shell:
set_quota TYPE => THROTTLE, TABLE => 'abc', LIMIT => '10G/sec'
3. in phoenix run
select * from "abc";
It will fail with ThrottlingException.
Sometimes it requires to run it several times to reproduce.
That happens because the logic in DefaultOperationQuota. First we run
limiter.checkQuota where we may change available to Long.MAX_VALUE, after that
we run limiter.grabQuota where we reduce available for 1000 (is it scan
overhead or what?) and in close() we adding this 1000 back.
When number of parallel scans are executing there is a chance that one of the
threads run limiter.checkQuota right before the second run close(). We get
overflow and as the result available value becomes negative, so during the next
check we just fail.
This behavior was introduced in HBASE-13686.
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