Nodetool cleanup can add a fair amount of extra load (mostly IO) on your
Cassandra nodes. Therefore it is recommended to run it during lower cluster
usage, and one node at a time, in order to limit the impact on your
cluster. There are no technical limitations that would prevent you to run
it at the same time. It's just a precaution measure.
On 11 April 2018 at 14:49, Mikhail Tsaplin <tsmis...@gmail.com> wrote:
> In https://docs.datastax.com/en/cassandra/3.0/cassandra/operations/
> there is recommendation:
> 6) After all new nodes are running, run nodetool cleanup
> on each of the previously existing nodes to remove the keys that no
> longer belong to those nodes. Wait for cleanup to complete on one node
> before running nodetool cleanup on the next node.
> I had added a new node to the cluster, and running nodetool cleanup
> according to this recommendation - but it takes near 10 days to complete on
> a single node. Is it safe to start it on all nodes?
*Christophe Schmitz - **VP Consulting*
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