hello! i have a cluster with 20 data nodes, 3 masters and 2 ml.
We want to do a rolling restart so that there is no loss of service. i know the method to follow....
disable shard allocation, temporarily stop ml jobs, restart node per node, etc....
but I have the doubt if when restarting the chosen master node I will have loss of service or the high availability of the 3 nodes avoids this and how.
Thanks in advance!
If you do a rolling restart, in normal conditions during master elections nodes will serve reads requests and indexing requests will wait (but not return) for a new master to be elected. Master election takes between 3 to 5 seconds. If you have a test cluster, you could run a test and see how this happens.
first of all thank you for the answer!
If I understand you correctly, there is no cut because the requests, indexing etc. are not rejected, they remain on hold and therefore it would not be a cut but a small delay of 3 seconds. Is it like that ?
Anyway, as you said, I'll check before in dev.
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