Queue size

I'm having the following problem :

"SearchPhaseExecutionException[Failed to execute phase [query], all shards
failed; shardFailures {[rlrweRJAQJqaoKfFB8il5A][stt_prod][3]:
EsRejectedExecutionException[rejected execution (queue capacity 1000) on
org.elasticsearch.action.search.type.TransportSearchTypeAction

It sounds very strange; when I restarted the server, it worked fine again.

What could happen ?

Here is my configuration :

  • ES version is 1.0.1
  • I have 3 indexes, of respective size 2.5G, 1.7G and 250M, each one has 5
    shards
  • the cluster is one only one instance (solo)
  • the state of the cluster says 15 successful shard, 0 failed shard and 30
    total shards (where are the 15 shards missing ?)
  • in my settings, mlockall is set to true
  • I enabled script.disable_dynamic: false, installed plugins _head and
    action-updatebyquery
  • ES heap size is correctly set to 50% by the recipe which I can confirm
    using top command :
    5320 elastic+ 20 0 9.918g 4.788g 72980 S 7.6 65.3 29:49.42 java
  • I'm using only 30% of disk capacity

My traffic is not more than 125 requests per minutes :

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-DIPwVUIx868/VOdheEDlxvI/AAAAAAAADEk/dTL9V0-FPW0/s1600/requests.png

So if I understand well, each request can live 30s, how come I have a queue
of 1000 ?!
Can ES save the requests in the queue while the shards have failed ?
Why do the shards do not come back ?

Thanks for your help (I'm not using ES usually, more Solr or CloudSearch)

(I also posted it here
: https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch/issues/9792 )

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It means your cluster is probably overloaded.
Your missing shards are probably replicas, which will never be assigned
with a one node cluster, head should show these.

What is that massive spike right before the end of the graph? Are you also
monitoring things like load and other OS level stats?

On 21 February 2015 at 03:32, Christopher Bourez <
christopher.bourez@gmail.com> wrote:

I'm having the following problem :

"SearchPhaseExecutionException[Failed to execute phase [query], all shards
failed; shardFailures {[rlrweRJAQJqaoKfFB8il5A][stt_prod][3]:
EsRejectedExecutionException[rejected execution (queue capacity 1000) on
org.elasticsearch.action.search.type.TransportSearchTypeAction

It sounds very strange; when I restarted the server, it worked fine again.

What could happen ?

Here is my configuration :

  • ES version is 1.0.1
  • I have 3 indexes, of respective size 2.5G, 1.7G and 250M, each one has 5
    shards
  • the cluster is one only one instance (solo)
  • the state of the cluster says 15 successful shard, 0 failed shard and 30
    total shards (where are the 15 shards missing ?)
  • in my settings, mlockall is set to true
  • I enabled script.disable_dynamic: false, installed plugins _head and
    action-updatebyquery
  • ES heap size is correctly set to 50% by the recipe which I can confirm
    using top command :
    5320 elastic+ 20 0 9.918g 4.788g 72980 S 7.6 65.3 29:49.42 java
  • I'm using only 30% of disk capacity

My traffic is not more than 125 requests per minutes :

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-DIPwVUIx868/VOdheEDlxvI/AAAAAAAADEk/dTL9V0-FPW0/s1600/requests.png

So if I understand well, each request can live 30s, how come I have a
queue of 1000 ?!
Can ES save the requests in the queue while the shards have failed ?
Why do the shards do not come back ?

Thanks for your help (I'm not using ES usually, more Solr or CloudSearch)

(I also posted it here :
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch/issues/9792 )

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I assume search actions got stuck and block the subsequent ones, which
results in the search queue filling up. Maybe the cause is printed in the
server logs.

Setting replica to 0 with just one node helps to fix the 15 shards/30 total
shards count but that is an unrelated story.

Jörg

On Fri, Feb 20, 2015 at 10:04 PM, Mark Walkom markwalkom@gmail.com wrote:

It means your cluster is probably overloaded.
Your missing shards are probably replicas, which will never be assigned
with a one node cluster, head should show these.

What is that massive spike right before the end of the graph? Are you also
monitoring things like load and other OS level stats?

On 21 February 2015 at 03:32, Christopher Bourez <
christopher.bourez@gmail.com> wrote:

I'm having the following problem :

"SearchPhaseExecutionException[Failed to execute phase [query], all
shards failed; shardFailures {[rlrweRJAQJqaoKfFB8il5A][stt_prod][3]:
EsRejectedExecutionException[rejected execution (queue capacity 1000) on
org.elasticsearch.action.search.type.TransportSearchTypeAction

It sounds very strange; when I restarted the server, it worked fine again.

What could happen ?

Here is my configuration :

  • ES version is 1.0.1
  • I have 3 indexes, of respective size 2.5G, 1.7G and 250M, each one has
    5 shards
  • the cluster is one only one instance (solo)
  • the state of the cluster says 15 successful shard, 0 failed shard and
    30 total shards (where are the 15 shards missing ?)
  • in my settings, mlockall is set to true
  • I enabled script.disable_dynamic: false, installed plugins _head and
    action-updatebyquery
  • ES heap size is correctly set to 50% by the recipe which I can confirm
    using top command :
    5320 elastic+ 20 0 9.918g 4.788g 72980 S 7.6 65.3 29:49.42 java
  • I'm using only 30% of disk capacity

My traffic is not more than 125 requests per minutes :

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-DIPwVUIx868/VOdheEDlxvI/AAAAAAAADEk/dTL9V0-FPW0/s1600/requests.png

So if I understand well, each request can live 30s, how come I have a
queue of 1000 ?!
Can ES save the requests in the queue while the shards have failed ?
Why do the shards do not come back ?

Thanks for your help (I'm not using ES usually, more Solr or CloudSearch)

(I also posted it here :
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch/issues/9792 )

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Ok for default replica number in index settings... sounds good

index_indexing_slowlog and index_indexing_slowlog are void but errors
appear in the main logs. let me find them next time

But is there any way to put a timeout in the server on queries ? because I
thought they would not last more than 30s and having a maximum of 150
requests per minutes should not fill the queue at any time.

On Sunday, February 22, 2015 at 9:05:08 PM UTC+1, Jörg Prante wrote:

I assume search actions got stuck and block the subsequent ones, which
results in the search queue filling up. Maybe the cause is printed in the
server logs.

Setting replica to 0 with just one node helps to fix the 15 shards/30
total shards count but that is an unrelated story.

Jörg

On Fri, Feb 20, 2015 at 10:04 PM, Mark Walkom <markw...@gmail.com
<javascript:>> wrote:

It means your cluster is probably overloaded.
Your missing shards are probably replicas, which will never be assigned
with a one node cluster, head should show these.

What is that massive spike right before the end of the graph? Are you
also monitoring things like load and other OS level stats?

On 21 February 2015 at 03:32, Christopher Bourez <christoph...@gmail.com
<javascript:>> wrote:

I'm having the following problem :

"SearchPhaseExecutionException[Failed to execute phase [query], all
shards failed; shardFailures {[rlrweRJAQJqaoKfFB8il5A][stt_prod][3]:
EsRejectedExecutionException[rejected execution (queue capacity 1000) on
org.elasticsearch.action.search.type.TransportSearchTypeAction

It sounds very strange; when I restarted the server, it worked fine
again.

What could happen ?

Here is my configuration :

  • ES version is 1.0.1
  • I have 3 indexes, of respective size 2.5G, 1.7G and 250M, each one has
    5 shards
  • the cluster is one only one instance (solo)
  • the state of the cluster says 15 successful shard, 0 failed shard and
    30 total shards (where are the 15 shards missing ?)
  • in my settings, mlockall is set to true
  • I enabled script.disable_dynamic: false, installed plugins _head and
    action-updatebyquery
  • ES heap size is correctly set to 50% by the recipe which I can confirm
    using top command :
    5320 elastic+ 20 0 9.918g 4.788g 72980 S 7.6 65.3 29:49.42 java
  • I'm using only 30% of disk capacity

My traffic is not more than 125 requests per minutes :

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-DIPwVUIx868/VOdheEDlxvI/AAAAAAAADEk/dTL9V0-FPW0/s1600/requests.png

So if I understand well, each request can live 30s, how come I have a
queue of 1000 ?!
Can ES save the requests in the queue while the shards have failed ?
Why do the shards do not come back ?

Thanks for your help (I'm not using ES usually, more Solr or CloudSearch)

(I also posted it here :
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch/issues/9792 )

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Once a query is submitted, Elasticsearch will execute the query until it
terminates. A query timeout only returns results prematurely, it does not
cancel ongoing query threads on nodes.

Jörg

On Mon, Feb 23, 2015 at 11:48 AM, Christopher Bourez <
christopher.bourez@gmail.com> wrote:

Ok for default replica number in index settings... sounds good

index_indexing_slowlog and index_indexing_slowlog are void but errors
appear in the main logs. let me find them next time

But is there any way to put a timeout in the server on queries ? because I
thought they would not last more than 30s and having a maximum of 150
requests per minutes should not fill the queue at any time.

On Sunday, February 22, 2015 at 9:05:08 PM UTC+1, Jörg Prante wrote:

I assume search actions got stuck and block the subsequent ones, which
results in the search queue filling up. Maybe the cause is printed in the
server logs.

Setting replica to 0 with just one node helps to fix the 15 shards/30
total shards count but that is an unrelated story.

Jörg

On Fri, Feb 20, 2015 at 10:04 PM, Mark Walkom markw...@gmail.com wrote:

It means your cluster is probably overloaded.
Your missing shards are probably replicas, which will never be assigned
with a one node cluster, head should show these.

What is that massive spike right before the end of the graph? Are you
also monitoring things like load and other OS level stats?

On 21 February 2015 at 03:32, Christopher Bourez <christoph...@gmail.com

wrote:

I'm having the following problem :

"SearchPhaseExecutionException[Failed to execute phase [query], all
shards failed; shardFailures {[rlrweRJAQJqaoKfFB8il5A][stt_prod][3]:
EsRejectedExecutionException[rejected execution (queue capacity 1000)
on org.elasticsearch.action.search.type.TransportSearchTypeAction

It sounds very strange; when I restarted the server, it worked fine
again.

What could happen ?

Here is my configuration :

  • ES version is 1.0.1
  • I have 3 indexes, of respective size 2.5G, 1.7G and 250M, each one
    has 5 shards
  • the cluster is one only one instance (solo)
  • the state of the cluster says 15 successful shard, 0 failed shard and
    30 total shards (where are the 15 shards missing ?)
  • in my settings, mlockall is set to true
  • I enabled script.disable_dynamic: false, installed plugins _head and
    action-updatebyquery
  • ES heap size is correctly set to 50% by the recipe which I can
    confirm using top command :
    5320 elastic+ 20 0 9.918g 4.788g 72980 S 7.6 65.3 29:49.42 java
  • I'm using only 30% of disk capacity

My traffic is not more than 125 requests per minutes :

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-DIPwVUIx868/VOdheEDlxvI/AAAAAAAADEk/dTL9V0-FPW0/s1600/requests.png

So if I understand well, each request can live 30s, how come I have a
queue of 1000 ?!
Can ES save the requests in the queue while the shards have failed ?
Why do the shards do not come back ?

Thanks for your help (I'm not using ES usually, more Solr or
CloudSearch)

(I also posted it here : https://github.com/
elasticsearch/elasticsearch/issues/9792 )

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OK, not very great that there is no timeout. It is indeed the search queue
that goes to
1000 /_cat/thread_pool?v&h=id,host,suggest.active,suggest.rejected,suggest.completed,search.queue

It is a request that breaks all the shards (no replica), because I only
find one error in the log file (others are "lastShard error"). Not very
great from ES to be broken by one request ?!

The error says :

2015-02-25 00:07:44,973][DEBUG][action.search.type ]

[production21-ebs2.localdomain] [231571] Failed to execute fetch phase

[Error: Runtime.getRuntime().exec("/tmp/cnmm").getInputStream(): Cannot
run program "/tmp/cnmm": error=13, Permission denied]

[Near : {... w InputStreamReader(Runtime.getRuntime().exec("/tm ....}]

It
sounds http://stackoverflow.com/questions/26652187/elasticsearch-server-stops-due-to-java-io-ioexception-break

I will desactivate dynamic scripting and we'll keep you in touch.

I'm quite surprised by the conception of ES, or is ES too young for
production ?

On Monday, February 23, 2015 at 5:25:57 PM UTC+1, Jörg Prante wrote:

Once a query is submitted, Elasticsearch will execute the query until it
terminates. A query timeout only returns results prematurely, it does not
cancel ongoing query threads on nodes.

Jörg

On Mon, Feb 23, 2015 at 11:48 AM, Christopher Bourez <
christoph...@gmail.com <javascript:>> wrote:

Ok for default replica number in index settings... sounds good

index_indexing_slowlog and index_indexing_slowlog are void but errors
appear in the main logs. let me find them next time

But is there any way to put a timeout in the server on queries ? because
I thought they would not last more than 30s and having a maximum of 150
requests per minutes should not fill the queue at any time.

On Sunday, February 22, 2015 at 9:05:08 PM UTC+1, Jörg Prante wrote:

I assume search actions got stuck and block the subsequent ones, which
results in the search queue filling up. Maybe the cause is printed in the
server logs.

Setting replica to 0 with just one node helps to fix the 15 shards/30
total shards count but that is an unrelated story.

Jörg

On Fri, Feb 20, 2015 at 10:04 PM, Mark Walkom markw...@gmail.com
wrote:

It means your cluster is probably overloaded.
Your missing shards are probably replicas, which will never be assigned
with a one node cluster, head should show these.

What is that massive spike right before the end of the graph? Are you
also monitoring things like load and other OS level stats?

On 21 February 2015 at 03:32, Christopher Bourez <
christoph...@gmail.com> wrote:

I'm having the following problem :

"SearchPhaseExecutionException[Failed to execute phase [query], all
shards failed; shardFailures {[rlrweRJAQJqaoKfFB8il5A][stt_prod][3]:
EsRejectedExecutionException[rejected execution (queue capacity 1000)
on org.elasticsearch.action.search.type.TransportSearchTypeAction

It sounds very strange; when I restarted the server, it worked fine
again.

What could happen ?

Here is my configuration :

  • ES version is 1.0.1
  • I have 3 indexes, of respective size 2.5G, 1.7G and 250M, each one
    has 5 shards
  • the cluster is one only one instance (solo)
  • the state of the cluster says 15 successful shard, 0 failed shard
    and 30 total shards (where are the 15 shards missing ?)
  • in my settings, mlockall is set to true
  • I enabled script.disable_dynamic: false, installed plugins _head and
    action-updatebyquery
  • ES heap size is correctly set to 50% by the recipe which I can
    confirm using top command :
    5320 elastic+ 20 0 9.918g 4.788g 72980 S 7.6 65.3 29:49.42 java
  • I'm using only 30% of disk capacity

My traffic is not more than 125 requests per minutes :

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-DIPwVUIx868/VOdheEDlxvI/AAAAAAAADEk/dTL9V0-FPW0/s1600/requests.png

So if I understand well, each request can live 30s, how come I have a
queue of 1000 ?!
Can ES save the requests in the queue while the shards have failed ?
Why do the shards do not come back ?

Thanks for your help (I'm not using ES usually, more Solr or
CloudSearch)

(I also posted it here : https://github.com/
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