So likely because I made it a seed node when I added it to the cluster it didn't do the bootstrap process. How can I recover this?
On Mon, Apr 3, 2023 at 6:41 AM David Tinker <david.tin...@gmail.com> wrote: > Yes replication factor is 3. > > I ran nodetool repair -pr on all the nodes (one at a time) and am still > having issues getting data back from queries. > > I did make the new node a seed node. > > Re "rack4": I assumed that was just an indication as to the physical > location of the server for redundancy. This one is separate from the others > so I used rack4. > > On Mon, Apr 3, 2023 at 6:30 AM Carlos Diaz <crdiaz...@gmail.com> wrote: > >> I'm assuming that your replication factor is 3. If that's the case, did >> you intentionally put this node in rack 4? Typically, you want to add >> nodes in multiples of your replication factor in order to keep the "racks" >> balanced. In other words, this node should have been added to rack 1, 2 or >> 3. >> >> Having said that, you should be able to easily fix your problem by >> running a nodetool repair -pr on the new node. >> >> On Sun, Apr 2, 2023 at 8:16 PM David Tinker <david.tin...@gmail.com> >> wrote: >> >>> Hi All >>> >>> I recently added a node to my 3 node Cassandra 4.0.5 cluster and now >>> many reads are not returning rows! What do I need to do to fix this? There >>> weren't any errors in the logs or other problems that I could see. I >>> expected the cluster to balance itself but this hasn't happened (yet?). The >>> nodes are similar so I have num_tokens=256 for each. I am using the >>> Murmur3Partitioner. >>> >>> # nodetool status >>> Datacenter: dc1 >>> =============== >>> Status=Up/Down >>> |/ State=Normal/Leaving/Joining/Moving >>> -- Address Load Tokens Owns (effective) Host ID >>> Rack >>> UN xxx.xxx.xxx.105 2.65 TiB 256 72.9% >>> afd02287-3f88-4c6f-8b27-06f7a8192402 rack3 >>> UN xxx.xxx.xxx.253 2.6 TiB 256 73.9% >>> e1af72be-e5df-4c6b-a124-c7bc48c6602a rack2 >>> UN xxx.xxx.xxx.24 93.82 KiB 256 80.0% >>> c4e8b4a0-f014-45e6-afb4-648aad4f8500 rack4 >>> UN xxx.xxx.xxx.107 2.65 TiB 256 73.2% >>> ab72f017-be96-41d2-9bef-a551dec2c7b5 rack1 >>> >>> # nodetool netstats >>> Mode: NORMAL >>> Not sending any streams. >>> Read Repair Statistics: >>> Attempted: 0 >>> Mismatch (Blocking): 0 >>> Mismatch (Background): 0 >>> Pool Name Active Pending Completed Dropped >>> Large messages n/a 0 71754 0 >>> Small messages n/a 0 8398184 14 >>> Gossip messages n/a 0 1303634 0 >>> >>> # nodetool ring >>> Datacenter: dc1 >>> ========== >>> Address Rack Status State Load Owns >>> Token >>> >>> 9189523899826545641 >>> xxx.xxx.xxx.24 rack4 Up Normal 93.82 KiB 79.95% >>> -9194674091837769168 >>> xxx.xxx.xxx.107 rack1 Up Normal 2.65 TiB 73.25% >>> -9168781258594813088 >>> xxx.xxx.xxx.253 rack2 Up Normal 2.6 TiB 73.92% >>> -9163037340977721917 >>> xxx.xxx.xxx.105 rack3 Up Normal 2.65 TiB 72.88% >>> -9148860739730046229 >>> xxx.xxx.xxx.107 rack1 Up Normal 2.65 TiB 73.25% >>> -9125240034139323535 >>> xxx.xxx.xxx.253 rack2 Up Normal 2.6 TiB 73.92% >>> -9112518853051755414 >>> xxx.xxx.xxx.105 rack3 Up Normal 2.65 TiB 72.88% >>> -9100516173422432134 >>> ... >>> >>> This is causing a serious production issue. Please help if you can. >>> >>> Thanks >>> David >>> >>> >>> >>>