Our concern is the repair, in 3.0.7 repairs inc are by default. Then it
> means that once we do the upgrade to 3.0.7 we must follow the migration
> process of repairs inc for all our data in order to mark the sstables as
> repaired ?
If you do not feel ready for incremental repairs, just adding the '-full'
option to your 'nodetool repair' command should be enough to continue
repairing as you currently are once using 3.0.7. 'nodetool repair -inc'
becomes the default 'nodetool repair' indeed, but you're not forced to use
incremental repair because you will be using 3.0.7, that's why '-full'
option was added. You did the hardest part in noticing this change and
start wondering about it.
Alain Rodriguez - @arodream - al...@thelastpickle.com
The Last Pickle - Apache Cassandra Consulting
2016-09-12 13:55 GMT+02:00 Paulo Motta <pauloricard...@gmail.com>:
> Migration procedure is no longer required for incremental repair as of
> 2.1.4 since CASSANDRA-8004, which was the reason why the migration
> procedure was required for LCS before. The migration procedure is only
> useful now to skip validation on already repaired sstables in the first
> incremental repair run by marking them as repaired before running the first
> incremental repair, otherwise anti-compaction will mark them as repaired in
> the first run since CASSANDRA-7586 on 2.2+.
> 2016-09-06 5:26 GMT-03:00 Jean Carlo <jean.jeancar...@gmail.com>:
>> Hello guys
>> We are planing to upgrade cassandra soon to the version 3.0.7 from
>> 2.1.14. Our concern is the repair, in 3.0.7 repairs inc are by default.
>> Then it means that once we do the upgrade to 3.0.7 we must follow the
>> migration process of repairs inc for all our data in order to mark the
>> sstables as repaired ? or we can just run directly the repair command
>> without need to mark the sstables previously?
>> My first test with ccm tells me that we don't need to mark the sstables
>> because the repair in the 3.0.7 do it for you, but I want to ask if someone
>> has done this migration and confirm my assumption
>> Best regards.
>> Jean Carlo
>> "The best way to predict the future is to invent it" Alan Kay