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  1. Bookkeeper
  2. BOOKKEEPER-1044

Entrylogger is not readding rolled logs back to the logChannelsToFlush list when exception happens while trying to flush rolled logs

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Resolved
    • Priority: Blocker
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: 4.5.0
    • Component/s: None
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      Description

      SyncThread.checkpoint(Checkpoint checkpoint) (which is called periodically by SyncThread's executor for every flushInterval) ultimately calls EntryLogger.flushRotatedLogs.

      In EntryLogger.flushRotatedLogs, first we set 'logChannelsToFlush' to null and then we try to flush and close individual file. Now, if IOException happens while trying to flush/close the logchannel, then exception is thrown as it is and it get propagates back upto SyncThread.checkpoint. Here we catch that IOException, log it and return without calling the checkpointComplete. But by now we lost reference of 'logChannelsToFlush' (rolled logs which are yet to be closed), because it is set to null before we try to flush/close individually rolledlogs. The next execution of 'checkpoint' (after flushinterval) wouldn't be knowing about the rolledlogs it failed to flush/close the previous time and it would flush the newly rolledlogs. So the failure of flush/close of the previous rolledlogs goes unnoticed completely.

      in EntryLogger.java
      void flushRotatedLogs() throws IOException {
      List<BufferedLogChannel> channels = null;
      long flushedLogId = INVALID_LID;
      synchronized (this)

      { channels = logChannelsToFlush; logChannelsToFlush = null; <--------- here we set 'logChannelsToFlush' to null before it tries to flush/close rolledlogs }

      if (null == channels)

      { return; }

      for (BufferedLogChannel channel : channels) {
      channel.flush(true); <------------IOEXception can happen here or in the following closeFileChannel call
      // since this channel is only used for writing, after flushing the channel,
      // we had to close the underlying file channel. Otherwise, we might end up
      // leaking fds which cause the disk spaces could not be reclaimed.
      closeFileChannel(channel);
      if (channel.getLogId() > flushedLogId)

      { flushedLogId = channel.getLogId(); }

      LOG.info("Synced entry logger {} to disk.", channel.getLogId());
      }
      // move the leastUnflushedLogId ptr
      leastUnflushedLogId = flushedLogId + 1;
      }

      in SyncThread.java
      public void checkpoint(Checkpoint checkpoint) {
      try

      { checkpoint = ledgerStorage.checkpoint(checkpoint); }

      catch (NoWritableLedgerDirException e)

      { LOG.error("No writeable ledger directories", e); dirsListener.allDisksFull(); return; }

      catch (IOException e)

      { LOG.error("Exception flushing ledgers", e); <-----that IOExc gets propagated to this method and here it is caught and not dealt appropriately return; }

      try

      { checkpointSource.checkpointComplete(checkpoint, true); }

      catch (IOException e)

      { LOG.error("Exception marking checkpoint as complete", e); dirsListener.allDisksFull(); }

      }

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            • Assignee:
              sijie@apache.org Sijie Guo
              Reporter:
              reddycharan18@gmail.com Charan Reddy Guttapalem
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