Re: Cassandra takes more time to join the cluster

2017-12-27 Thread sat
Hi, This issue is related to https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CASSANDRA-9630 Thanks and Regards A.SathishKumar On Sun, Dec 24, 2017 at 2:59 AM, sat wrote: > Hi, > > We have 3 node cluster, before we reboot one of the VMWare VM/node (RHEL > 7.2) all 3 nodes formed

Re: Cassandra takes more time to join the cluster

2017-12-24 Thread sat
Hi, We have 3 node cluster, before we reboot one of the VMWare VM/node (RHEL 7.2) all 3 nodes formed the cluster without any issues. However after reboot, we noticed rebooted node (7 out of 10 times) takes more time to join approximately 10 - 15min. Cassandra - 3.9 version While investigating

Re: Cassandra takes more time to join the cluster

2017-12-22 Thread sat
Hi Jeff, Thanks for your prompt response. Please find logs. Does Gossip has dependency with NTP, because we find the node we reboot takes time to sync with NTP. When will FailureDetector message kick in, we have this issue only when we see Gossiper and Failure Detector log message. TRACE

Re: Cassandra takes more time to join the cluster

2017-12-21 Thread Jeff Jirsa
Not received is ambiguous. Can you paste the logs somewhere like pastebin? Sanitize/anonymize as needed. -- Jeff Jirsa > On Dec 21, 2017, at 9:15 PM, sat wrote: > > Hi, > > We observe gossip is not received by other nodes and we see "Convicted" > message in

Re: Cassandra takes more time to join the cluster

2017-12-21 Thread sat
Hi, We observe gossip is not received by other nodes and we see "Convicted" message in debug.log even though cassandra process is running in all 3 nodes. Thanks and Regards A.SathisKumar On Thu, Dec 21, 2017 at 9:12 PM, Jeff Jirsa wrote: > What’s it logging? > > -- > Jeff

Re: Cassandra takes more time to join the cluster

2017-12-21 Thread Jeff Jirsa
What’s it logging? -- Jeff Jirsa > On Dec 21, 2017, at 8:56 PM, sat wrote: > > We have configured 3 node cassandra cluster in RHEL 7.2 version and we are > doing cluster testing. When we start cassandra in all 3 nodes they form a > cluster and they work fine. > >