How do a connect as a second client-only Node to remote cluster?


(Koen Smets) #1

Hi,

I've troubles to connect a second client-only Node via the Java API to a
remote cluster.

The first client (configured as client-only hence no master and no data)
runs fine on localhost:9300. However, when the second client-only node
tries to connect to the cluster an exception gets thrown:

org.elasticsearch.cluster.block.ClusterBlockException: blocked by:
[SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE/1/state not recovered /
initialized];[SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE/2/no master];

I use the following code to connect both clients:

        Node node = NodeBuilder.nodeBuilder().client(true).node();
        Client client = node.client();

        GetResponse response = client.prepareGet("twitter", "tweet", 

"1").execute().actionGet();
LOGGER.info(response.getSourceAsString());

        // on shutdown
        node.close();

While the second client tries to join the cluster, the logs of the first
client show the following warnings:

o.e.d.z.p.multicast [WARN] [Odin] received ping response
ping_response{target
[[Firebolt][DqdgEEe8RwSyVDUuqmQw4w][p2][inet[/192.168.2.21:9300]]], master
[[Firebolt][DqdgEEe8RwSyVDUuqmQw4w][p2][inet[/192.168.2.21:9300]]],
cluster_name[elasticsearch]} with no matching id [1]

I assumed that the first client would be running on localhost:9300 and the
second one would bind to localhost:9301, but doesn't do that automatically.
Do I need to specify an additional setting to allow this scenario?

(I also tested by adding a TransportClient instead of a Node and this works
fine)

JUnit test code and log output can be found at:

Thx, Koen

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(David Pilato) #2

You need to set the cluster name I think.

My 2 cents

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Le 24 juin 2014 à 10:29:11, Koen Smets (koen.smets@gmail.com) a écrit:

Hi,

I've troubles to connect a second client-only Node via the Java API to a remote cluster.

The first client (configured as client-only hence no master and no data) runs fine on localhost:9300. However, when the second client-only node tries to connect to the cluster an exception gets thrown:

org.elasticsearch.cluster.block.ClusterBlockException: blocked by: [SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE/1/state not recovered / initialized];[SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE/2/no master];

I use the following code to connect both clients:

        Node node = NodeBuilder.nodeBuilder().client(true).node();
        Client client = node.client();

        GetResponse response = client.prepareGet("twitter", "tweet", "1").execute().actionGet();
        LOGGER.info(response.getSourceAsString());

        // on shutdown
        node.close();

While the second client tries to join the cluster, the logs of the first client show the following warnings:

o.e.d.z.p.multicast [WARN] [Odin] received ping response ping_response{target [[Firebolt][DqdgEEe8RwSyVDUuqmQw4w][p2][inet[/192.168.2.21:9300]]], master [[Firebolt][DqdgEEe8RwSyVDUuqmQw4w][p2][inet[/192.168.2.21:9300]]], cluster_name[elasticsearch]} with no matching id [1]

I assumed that the first client would be running on localhost:9300 and the second one would bind to localhost:9301, but doesn't do that automatically. Do I need to specify an additional setting to allow this scenario?

(I also tested by adding a TransportClient instead of a Node and this works fine)

JUnit test code and log output can be found at: https://gist.github.com/ksmets/bed93778562dd2260e09

Thx, Koen

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(Koen Smets) #3

Hi David,

Setting the (default) clustername, elasticsearch, doesn't help.

grtz, Koen

On Tuesday, June 24, 2014 12:24:51 PM UTC+2, David Pilato wrote:

You need to set the cluster name I think.

My 2 cents

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Le 24 juin 2014 à 10:29:11, Koen Smets (koen....@gmail.com <javascript:>)
a écrit:

Hi,

I've troubles to connect a second client-only Node via the Java API to a
remote cluster.

The first client (configured as client-only hence no master and no data)
runs fine on localhost:9300. However, when the second client-only node
tries to connect to the cluster an exception gets thrown:

org.elasticsearch.cluster.block.ClusterBlockException: blocked by:
[SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE/1/state not recovered /
initialized];[SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE/2/no master];

I use the following code to connect both clients:

        Node node = NodeBuilder.nodeBuilder().client(true).node();
        Client client = node.client();

        GetResponse response = client.prepareGet("twitter", "tweet", 

"1").execute().actionGet();
LOGGER.info(response.getSourceAsString());

        // on shutdown
        node.close();

While the second client tries to join the cluster, the logs of the first
client show the following warnings:

o.e.d.z.p.multicast [WARN] [Odin] received ping response
ping_response{target
[[Firebolt][DqdgEEe8RwSyVDUuqmQw4w][p2][inet[/192.168.2.21:9300]]], master
[[Firebolt][DqdgEEe8RwSyVDUuqmQw4w][p2][inet[/192.168.2.21:9300]]],
cluster_name[elasticsearch]} with no matching id [1]

I assumed that the first client would be running on localhost:9300 and the
second one would bind to localhost:9301, but doesn't do that automatically.
Do I need to specify an additional setting to allow this scenario?

(I also tested by adding a TransportClient instead of a Node and this
works fine)

JUnit test code and log output can be found at:
https://gist.github.com/ksmets/bed93778562dd2260e09

Thx, Koen

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(David Pilato) #4

But it sounds like your client is using another cluster name [1].
Do you have any elasticsearch.yml in your project classpath?

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Le 24 juin 2014 à 12:48:48, Koen Smets (koen.smets@gmail.com) a écrit:

Hi David,

Setting the (default) clustername, elasticsearch, doesn't help.

grtz, Koen

On Tuesday, June 24, 2014 12:24:51 PM UTC+2, David Pilato wrote:
You need to set the cluster name I think.

My 2 cents

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@dadoonet | @elasticsearchfr

Le 24 juin 2014 à 10:29:11, Koen Smets (koen....@gmail.com) a écrit:

Hi,

I've troubles to connect a second client-only Node via the Java API to a remote cluster.

The first client (configured as client-only hence no master and no data) runs fine on localhost:9300. However, when the second client-only node tries to connect to the cluster an exception gets thrown:

org.elasticsearch.cluster.block.ClusterBlockException: blocked by: [SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE/1/state not recovered / initialized];[SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE/2/no master];

I use the following code to connect both clients:

        Node node = NodeBuilder.nodeBuilder().client(true).node();
        Client client = node.client();

        GetResponse response = client.prepareGet("twitter", "tweet", "1").execute().actionGet();
        LOGGER.info(response.getSourceAsString());

        // on shutdown
        node.close();

While the second client tries to join the cluster, the logs of the first client show the following warnings:

o.e.d.z.p.multicast [WARN] [Odin] received ping response ping_response{target [[Firebolt][DqdgEEe8RwSyVDUuqmQw4w][p2][inet[/192.168.2.21:9300]]], master [[Firebolt][DqdgEEe8RwSyVDUuqmQw4w][p2][inet[/192.168.2.21:9300]]], cluster_name[elasticsearch]} with no matching id [1]

I assumed that the first client would be running on localhost:9300 and the second one would bind to localhost:9301, but doesn't do that automatically. Do I need to specify an additional setting to allow this scenario?

(I also tested by adding a TransportClient instead of a Node and this works fine)

JUnit test code and log output can be found at: https://gist.github.com/ksmets/bed93778562dd2260e09

Thx, Koen

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(Koen Smets) #5

It's not the clustername. The unit test works if I force the node to use
another port...

        Settings settings = 

ImmutableSettings.settingsBuilder().put("cluster.name", "elasticsearch")
.put("network.publish_host",
"192.168.2.15").put("network.bind_host", "192.168.2.15")
.put("transport.tcp.port",
9301).put("transport.publish_port", 9301).build();

But by default transport.tcp.port is range 9300-9400, but it always picks
both for the first and the second client always 9300.

Shouldn't the port clash be discovered automatically?

grtz, Koen

On Tuesday, June 24, 2014 12:50:41 PM UTC+2, David Pilato wrote:

But it sounds like your client is using another cluster name [1].
Do you have any elasticsearch.yml in your project classpath?

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Le 24 juin 2014 à 12:48:48, Koen Smets (koen....@gmail.com <javascript:>)
a écrit:

Hi David,

Setting the (default) clustername, elasticsearch, doesn't help.

grtz, Koen

On Tuesday, June 24, 2014 12:24:51 PM UTC+2, David Pilato wrote:

You need to set the cluster name I think.

My 2 cents

 -- 

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@dadoonet https://twitter.com/dadoonet | @elasticsearchfr
https://twitter.com/elasticsearchfr

Le 24 juin 2014 à 10:29:11, Koen Smets (koen....@gmail.com) a écrit:

Hi,

I've troubles to connect a second client-only Node via the Java API to a
remote cluster.

The first client (configured as client-only hence no master and no data)
runs fine on localhost:9300. However, when the second client-only node
tries to connect to the cluster an exception gets thrown:

org.elasticsearch.cluster.block.ClusterBlockException: blocked by:
[SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE/1/state not recovered /
initialized];[SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE/2/no master];

I use the following code to connect both clients:

        Node node = NodeBuilder.nodeBuilder().client(true).node();
        Client client = node.client();

        GetResponse response = client.prepareGet("twitter", "tweet", 

"1").execute().actionGet();
LOGGER.info(response.getSourceAsString());

        // on shutdown
        node.close();

While the second client tries to join the cluster, the logs of the first
client show the following warnings:

o.e.d.z.p.multicast [WARN] [Odin] received ping response
ping_response{target
[[Firebolt][DqdgEEe8RwSyVDUuqmQw4w][p2][inet[/192.168.2.21:9300]]], master
[[Firebolt][DqdgEEe8RwSyVDUuqmQw4w][p2][inet[/192.168.2.21:9300]]],
cluster_name[elasticsearch]} with no matching id [1]

I assumed that the first client would be running on localhost:9300 and
the second one would bind to localhost:9301, but doesn't do that
automatically. Do I need to specify an additional setting to allow this
scenario?

(I also tested by adding a TransportClient instead of a Node and this
works fine)

JUnit test code and log output can be found at:
https://gist.github.com/ksmets/bed93778562dd2260e09

Thx, Koen

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(David Pilato) #6

I see. Indeed. As soon as we are able to ping a cluster on a port, I think we don't try to increase port number and try all ports within the same IP address.
If you need to set a specific address/port, you should disable multicast on your client Node and provide a unicast list of nodes (with the right port to use).

Does it make sense?

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Le 24 juin 2014 à 13:32:17, Koen Smets (koen.smets@gmail.com) a écrit:

It's not the clustername. The unit test works if I force the node to use another port...

        Settings settings = ImmutableSettings.settingsBuilder().put("cluster.name", "elasticsearch")
                .put("network.publish_host", "192.168.2.15").put("network.bind_host", "192.168.2.15")
                .put("transport.tcp.port", 9301).put("transport.publish_port", 9301).build();

But by default transport.tcp.port is range 9300-9400, but it always picks both for the first and the second client always 9300.

Shouldn't the port clash be discovered automatically?

grtz, Koen

On Tuesday, June 24, 2014 12:50:41 PM UTC+2, David Pilato wrote:
But it sounds like your client is using another cluster name [1].
Do you have any elasticsearch.yml in your project classpath?

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@dadoonet | @elasticsearchfr

Le 24 juin 2014 à 12:48:48, Koen Smets (koen....@gmail.com) a écrit:

Hi David,

Setting the (default) clustername, elasticsearch, doesn't help.

grtz, Koen

On Tuesday, June 24, 2014 12:24:51 PM UTC+2, David Pilato wrote:
You need to set the cluster name I think.

My 2 cents

--
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@dadoonet | @elasticsearchfr

Le 24 juin 2014 à 10:29:11, Koen Smets (koen....@gmail.com) a écrit:

Hi,

I've troubles to connect a second client-only Node via the Java API to a remote cluster.

The first client (configured as client-only hence no master and no data) runs fine on localhost:9300. However, when the second client-only node tries to connect to the cluster an exception gets thrown:

org.elasticsearch.cluster.block.ClusterBlockException: blocked by: [SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE/1/state not recovered / initialized];[SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE/2/no master];

I use the following code to connect both clients:

        Node node = NodeBuilder.nodeBuilder().client(true).node();
        Client client = node.client();

        GetResponse response = client.prepareGet("twitter", "tweet", "1").execute().actionGet();
        LOGGER.info(response.getSourceAsString());

        // on shutdown
        node.close();

While the second client tries to join the cluster, the logs of the first client show the following warnings:

o.e.d.z.p.multicast [WARN] [Odin] received ping response ping_response{target [[Firebolt][DqdgEEe8RwSyVDUuqmQw4w][p2][inet[/192.168.2.21:9300]]], master [[Firebolt][DqdgEEe8RwSyVDUuqmQw4w][p2][inet[/192.168.2.21:9300]]], cluster_name[elasticsearch]} with no matching id [1]

I assumed that the first client would be running on localhost:9300 and the second one would bind to localhost:9301, but doesn't do that automatically. Do I need to specify an additional setting to allow this scenario?

(I also tested by adding a TransportClient instead of a Node and this works fine)

JUnit test code and log output can be found at: https://gist.github.com/ksmets/bed93778562dd2260e09

Thx, Koen

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(Koen Smets) #7

Thx David for the clarification, it makes sense. I (wrongfully) assumed
that the second client would connect to 9301; similarly to my logstash
instance that also connects to port 3901, when running on the same server
as the elasticsearch instance.

Since I don't need Node functionality anyway, I'll stick to using
TransportClients.

grtz, Koen

On Tuesday, June 24, 2014 2:35:25 PM UTC+2, David Pilato wrote:

I see. Indeed. As soon as we are able to ping a cluster on a port, I think
we don't try to increase port number and try all ports within the same IP
address.
If you need to set a specific address/port, you should disable multicast
on your client Node and provide a unicast list of nodes (with the right
port to use).

Does it make sense?

--
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@dadoonet https://twitter.com/dadoonet | @elasticsearchfr
https://twitter.com/elasticsearchfr

Le 24 juin 2014 à 13:32:17, Koen Smets (koen....@gmail.com <javascript:>)
a écrit:

It's not the clustername. The unit test works if I force the node to use
another port...

        Settings settings = ImmutableSettings.settingsBuilder().put("

cluster.name", "elasticsearch")
.put("network.publish_host",
"192.168.2.15").put("network.bind_host", "192.168.2.15")
.put("transport.tcp.port",
9301).put("transport.publish_port", 9301).build();

But by default transport.tcp.port is range 9300-9400, but it always picks
both for the first and the second client always 9300.

Shouldn't the port clash be discovered automatically?

grtz, Koen

On Tuesday, June 24, 2014 12:50:41 PM UTC+2, David Pilato wrote:

But it sounds like your client is using another cluster name [1].
Do you have any elasticsearch.yml in your project classpath?

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Le 24 juin 2014 à 12:48:48, Koen Smets (koen....@gmail.com) a écrit:

Hi David,

Setting the (default) clustername, elasticsearch, doesn't help.

grtz, Koen

On Tuesday, June 24, 2014 12:24:51 PM UTC+2, David Pilato wrote:

You need to set the cluster name I think.

My 2 cents

 -- 

David Pilato | Technical Advocate | Elasticsearch.com
@dadoonet https://twitter.com/dadoonet | @elasticsearchfr
https://twitter.com/elasticsearchfr

Le 24 juin 2014 à 10:29:11, Koen Smets (koen....@gmail.com) a écrit:

Hi,

I've troubles to connect a second client-only Node via the Java API to a
remote cluster.

The first client (configured as client-only hence no master and no data)
runs fine on localhost:9300. However, when the second client-only node
tries to connect to the cluster an exception gets thrown:

org.elasticsearch.cluster.block.ClusterBlockException: blocked by:
[SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE/1/state not recovered /
initialized];[SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE/2/no master];

I use the following code to connect both clients:

        Node node = NodeBuilder.nodeBuilder().client(true).node();
        Client client = node.client();

        GetResponse response = client.prepareGet("twitter", "tweet", 

"1").execute().actionGet();
LOGGER.info(response.getSourceAsString());

        // on shutdown
        node.close();

While the second client tries to join the cluster, the logs of the first
client show the following warnings:

o.e.d.z.p.multicast [WARN] [Odin] received ping response
ping_response{target
[[Firebolt][DqdgEEe8RwSyVDUuqmQw4w][p2][inet[/192.168.2.21:9300]]], master
[[Firebolt][DqdgEEe8RwSyVDUuqmQw4w][p2][inet[/192.168.2.21:9300]]],
cluster_name[elasticsearch]} with no matching id [1]

I assumed that the first client would be running on localhost:9300 and
the second one would bind to localhost:9301, but doesn't do that
automatically. Do I need to specify an additional setting to allow this
scenario?

(I also tested by adding a TransportClient instead of a Node and this
works fine)

JUnit test code and log output can be found at:
https://gist.github.com/ksmets/bed93778562dd2260e09

Thx, Koen

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