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  1. Cassandra
  2. CASSANDRA-7239

Nodetool Status Reports Negative Load With VNodes Disabled

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    • Bug
    • Status: Resolved
    • Normal
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • 2.1.1
    • None
    • 1000 Nodes EC2 m1.large ubuntu 12.04

    • Normal

    Description

      When I run stress on a large cluster without vnodes (num_token =1 initial token set) The loads reported by nodetool status are negative, or become negative after stress is run.

      UN  10.97.155.31    -447426217 bytes  1       0.2%    8d40568c-044c-4753-be26-4ab62710beba  rack1                                                                                                              
      UN  10.9.132.53     -447342449 bytes  1       0.2%    58e7f255-803d-493b-a19e-58137466fb78  rack1                                                                                                              
      UN  10.37.151.202   -447298672 bytes  1       0.2%    ba29b1f1-186f-45d0-9e59-6a528db8df5d  rack1          
      

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        1. 0001-add-new-sstable-size-when-rewriting.patch
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          Marcus Eriksson
        2. 0001-add-new-sstable-size-when-rewriting-v2.patch
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          Marcus Eriksson
        3. 0001-increase-size-with-added-files-not-removed-doh.patch
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          Marcus Eriksson
        4. 7239.txt
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          Benedict Elliott Smith
        5. nodetool.png
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          Ashic Mahtab
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          Ashic Mahtab

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              marcuse Marcus Eriksson
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