Appreciate your reply Vladimir! Is this the configuration I need to
include in Cassandra-env.sh file?
On Thursday, October 13, 2016, Vladimir Yudovin <vla...@winguzone.com>
> where can I change that default location /tmp/lib it is using for creating
> the jar files?
> Cassandra uses Java property java.io.tmpdir as temporary folder. By
> default it's /tmp but can be changed with command line arguments:
> *cassandra -Djava.io.tmpdir=/path/to/tmpdir*
> Best regards, Vladimir Yudovin,
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> ---- On Wed, 12 Oct 2016 23:54:58 -0400*sudheer k
> Hi All,
> I faced issue with triggers today. Below is the clear description of the
> 1) When we planned to use triggers, we placed the triggers.jar file in
> /conf/triggers folder in Cassandra, restarted the Cassandra service and
> created a trigger in CQLSH. Everything was working good as expected.
> 2) Recently we started getting the below error in Cassandra logs saying
> trigger.jar is missing in /tmp/lib directory folder.
> ServerError: <ErrorMessage code=0000 [Server error]
> com.sun.jersey.spi.inject.InjectableProvider: :
> java.io.FileNotFoundException: /tmp/lib/cassandra-8906616690931579554.jar
> (No such file or directory)">
> 3) We thought that the jar is corrupted somehow and reloaded the triggers
> again by placing the newly created jar and it worked fine.
> 4) We saw the similar error in other environments and saw that /tmp/lib
> folder is not present in the server as our open stack servers have a
> retention policy of 15 days and after that it deletes the /tmp/ files. As
> the /tmp/ files are deleted, Cassandra is still pointing to the deleted
> trigger.jar and not allowing the application to insert the records into the
> table and throwing the errors.
> 5) So we came to know like whenever we reloadtriggers, it is creating a
> new jar file in /tmp/lib/ directory as *cassandra-8754700968157790389.jar
> *(numbers keep changing) and using this jar file for reference but not
> using the jar that we placed in /conf/triggers folder.
> 6) I just need to know where can I change that default location /tmp/lib
> it is using for creating the jar files?
> Whether I can change that directory location to something else and use for
> my Cassandra servers alone?
> If there is any other solution, it is highly appreciated.
> Note: Our management doesn't want to change the /tmp/ directory retention
> policy as it is common for all our servers in all the environments.