Shard recovery


(daa qqu) #1

Hello everyone,

I am new to ES and need some help with it:

  • Elasticsearch version 1.0.1 ( I know I need to upgrade!)
  • Two node cluster
  • Cluster state yellow for last couple of hours
  • Two shards in INITIALIZING state.
  • One shard UNASSIGNED

wl-2014.09.04 is an active index with new documents being indexing to the
primary shards but the replicas are not in a healthy state.

What do I need to do to bring this cluster to a healthy state?

/_cat/recovery

index shard target recovered percent host ip node
wl-2014.09.04 0 973517301 969375940 99.6% hostxx 10.xxx.xxx.xxx node1
wl-2014.09.04 2 969558534 962868164 99.3% hostxx 10.xxx.xxx.xxx node2

/_cat/indices/wl-2014.09.04

health index pri rep docs.count docs.deleted store.size pri.store.size
yellow wl-2014.09.04 5 1 3452017 0 6.6gb 4.7gb

/_cat/shards

wl-2014.09.04 2 r UNASSIGNED
wl-2014.09.04 0 r INITIALIZING 10.xxx.xxx.xxx node1
wl-2014.09.04 1 r INITIALIZING 10.xxx.xxx.xxx node2

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(Mark Walkom) #2

Easiest way is to drop the replicas and then re-add them.

Regards,
Mark Walkom

Infrastructure Engineer
Campaign Monitor
email: markw@campaignmonitor.com
web: www.campaignmonitor.com

On 5 September 2014 08:30, daa qqu daaqqu@gmail.com wrote:

Hello everyone,

I am new to ES and need some help with it:

  • Elasticsearch version 1.0.1 ( I know I need to upgrade!)
  • Two node cluster
  • Cluster state yellow for last couple of hours
  • Two shards in INITIALIZING state.
  • One shard UNASSIGNED

wl-2014.09.04 is an active index with new documents being indexing to the
primary shards but the replicas are not in a healthy state.

What do I need to do to bring this cluster to a healthy state?

/_cat/recovery

index shard target recovered percent host ip node
wl-2014.09.04 0 973517301 969375940 99.6% hostxx 10.xxx.xxx.xxx node1
wl-2014.09.04 2 969558534 962868164 99.3% hostxx 10.xxx.xxx.xxx node2

/_cat/indices/wl-2014.09.04

health index pri rep docs.count docs.deleted store.size pri.store.size
yellow wl-2014.09.04 5 1 3452017 0 6.6gb 4.7gb

/_cat/shards

wl-2014.09.04 2 r UNASSIGNED
wl-2014.09.04 0 r INITIALIZING 10.xxx.xxx.xxx node1
wl-2014.09.04 1 r INITIALIZING 10.xxx.xxx.xxx node2

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(system) #3