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Dong Lin commented on KAFKA-7278:
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[~ijuma] Yeah the latest code in trunk seems to have this issue. The following 
sequence of events may happen:

1) There is segment1, segment2 and segment 3 for a given partition

2) LogCleaner determines to merge segment1 and segment2 into segment3 and will 
call Log.replaceSegments(..., oldSegments=[segment1, segment2])

3) Log retention is triggered and Log.deleteSegment(segment=segment1) is called 
and executed. This renames the files for segment1 from log directory.

4) Log.replaceSegments(oldSegments=[segment1, segment2]) is executed and 
Log.asyncDeleteSegment(segment1) is executed, which fails to find files for 
segment1 and throws IOException.

 

> replaceSegments() should not call asyncDeleteSegment() for segments which 
> have been removed from segments list
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: KAFKA-7278
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/KAFKA-7278
>             Project: Kafka
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>            Reporter: Dong Lin
>            Assignee: Dong Lin
>            Priority: Major
>
> Currently Log.replaceSegments() will call `asyncDeleteSegment(...)` for every 
> segment listed in the `oldSegments`. oldSegments should be constructed from 
> Log.segments and only contain segments listed in Log.segments.
> However, Log.segments may be modified between the time oldSegments is 
> determined to the time Log.replaceSegments() is called. If there are 
> concurrent async deletion of the same log segment file, Log.replaceSegments() 
> will call asyncDeleteSegment() for a segment that does not exist and Kafka 
> server may shutdown the log directory due to NoSuchFileException.
> This is likely the root cause of 
> https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/KAFKA-6188.
> Given the understanding of the problem, we should be able to fix the issue by 
> only deleting segment if the segment can be found in Log.segments.
>  
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