I figured it out that after restarting nodes, source cluster leaders were switched and causing above warning and cdcr replication to stop. After stopping the CDCR process and then restart again, above warning disappear and bootstrap sync stepped in.
On Sun, Apr 15, 2018 at 7:54 PM, Susheel Kumar <susheel2...@gmail.com> wrote: > Hello, > > Over the weekend, we restarted nodes on target and source and after that I > see the replication from source to target has stopped and see below warning > messages in solr.log. > > What could be done to resolve this. The leaders on source cluster shows > updateLogSynchronizer > stoppped while replica's on source cluster shows updateLogSynchronizer > started > > <response> > <lst name="responseHeader"> > <int name="status">0</int> > <int name="QTime">0</int> > </lst> > <lst name="queues"> > <lstname="zklist/chroot"> > <lst name="COLL"> > <long name="queueSize">-1</long> > <str name="lastTimestamp"/> > </lst> > </lst> > </lst> > <long name="tlogTotalSize">393707</long> > <long name="tlogTotalCount">4</long> > <str name="updateLogSynchronizer">stopped</str> > </response> > > > WARN > (cdcr-replicator-14-thread-3-processing-n:dc2prsrcvap0059.whc.dc02.us.adp:8080_solr) > [ ] o.a.s.h.CdcrReplicator Log reader for target WFNA is not initialised, > it will be ignored. > > >