Re: SSTableLoader Question

2018-02-19 Thread shalom sagges
Sounds good. Thanks for the explanation! On Sun, Feb 18, 2018 at 5:15 PM, Rahul Singh wrote: > If you don’t have access to the file you don’t have access to the file. > I’ve seen this issue several times. It’s he easiest low hanging fruit to > resolve. So figure

Re: SSTableLoader Question

2018-02-18 Thread Rahul Singh
If you don’t have access to the file you don’t have access to the file. I’ve seen this issue several times. It’s he easiest low hanging fruit to resolve. So figure it out and make sure that it’s Cassandra.Cassandra from root to he Data folder and either run as root or sudo it. If it’s

Re: SSTableLoader Question

2018-02-18 Thread shalom sagges
Not really sure with which user I ran it (root or cassandra), although I don't understand why a permission issue will generate a File not Found exception? And in general, what if a file is being streamed and got compacted before the streaming ended. Does Cassandra know how to handle this?

Re: SSTableLoader Question

2018-02-18 Thread Rahul Singh
Check permissions maybe? Who owns the files vs. who is running sstableloader. -- Rahul Singh rahul.si...@anant.us Anant Corporation On Feb 18, 2018, 4:26 AM -0500, shalom sagges , wrote: > Hi All, > > C* version 2.0.14. > > I was loading some data to another cluster

Re: [Marketing Mail] Re: [Marketing Mail] Re: sstableloader question

2016-10-12 Thread Osman YOZGATLIOGLU
Hello, It's about 2500 sstables worth 25TB of data. -t parameter doesn't change -t 1000 and -t 1 Most probably I face some limitation at target cluster. I'm preparing to split sstables and run up to ten parallel sstableloader sessions. Regards, Osman On 11-10-2016 21:46, Rajath Subramanyam

Re: [Marketing Mail] Re: sstableloader question

2016-10-11 Thread Rajath Subramanyam
How many sstables are you trying to load ? Running sstableloaders in parallel will help. Did you try setting the "-t" parameter and see if you are getting the expected throughput ? - Rajath Rajath Subramanyam On Mon, Oct 10, 2016 at 2:02 PM, Osman YOZGATLIOGLU <

Re: [Marketing Mail] Re: sstableloader question

2016-10-10 Thread Osman YOZGATLIOGLU
Hello, Thank you Adam and Rajath. I'll split input sstables and run parallel jobs for each. I tested this approach and run 3 parallel sstableloader job without -t parameter. I raised stream_throughput_outbound_megabits_per_sec parameter from 200 to 600 Mbit/sec at all of target nodes. But each

Re: sstableloader question

2016-10-10 Thread Rajath Subramanyam
Hi Osman, You cannot restart the streaming only to the failed nodes specifically. You can restart the sstableloader job itself. Compaction will eventually take care of the redundant rows. - Rajath Rajath Subramanyam On Sun, Oct 9, 2016 at 7:38 PM, Adam Hutson

Re: sstableloader question

2016-10-09 Thread Adam Hutson
It'll start over from the beginning. On Sunday, October 9, 2016, Osman YOZGATLIOGLU < osman.yozgatlio...@krontech.com> wrote: > Hello, > > I have running a sstableloader job. > Unfortunately some of nodes restarted since beginnig streaming. > I see streaming stop for those nodes. > Can I restart