Stuck with "re-syncing mappings with cluster state for types ..." after upgrade 0.90.9 to 1.4.2

Hi List,

we have recently upgraded our ES cluster (12 nodes, ~900GB data) from
0.90.9 to 1.4.2. We did a restart-upgrade, so backup data and then start
the new ES version with the old data directories.

Since then we're seeing lot of messages like "re-syncing mappings with
cluster state for types ..." in the log of the master node, about 5-10
every second (Once for each index). The load and network traffic on the
machines also seems to have increased quite a bit.

Some googling showed me various older (0.17/0.18) questions about this, and
that it's related to serialization of the mapping. Our mapping is here:

One suggested quick fix i found was to close/re-open the affected indices.
Other suggestions? Or tips how to debug why this is going wrong, and what
to change in the mapping?

How serious is this? Does this need immediate attention, or should the
cluster survive for a while?

best regards,
Eike Dehling

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Did you upgrade Java as well as ES? What version are you on?

On 20 January 2015 at 04:55, Eike Dehling eike@buzzcapture.com wrote:

Hi List,

we have recently upgraded our ES cluster (12 nodes, ~900GB data) from
0.90.9 to 1.4.2. We did a restart-upgrade, so backup data and then start
the new ES version with the old data directories.

Since then we're seeing lot of messages like "re-syncing mappings with
cluster state for types ..." in the log of the master node, about 5-10
every second (Once for each index). The load and network traffic on the
machines also seems to have increased quite a bit.

Some googling showed me various older (0.17/0.18) questions about this,
and that it's related to serialization of the mapping. Our mapping is here:
https://gist.github.com/anonymous/33b7ba153794e739fd33

One suggested quick fix i found was to close/re-open the affected indices.
Other suggestions? Or tips how to debug why this is going wrong, and what
to change in the mapping?

How serious is this? Does this need immediate attention, or should the
cluster survive for a while?

best regards,
Eike Dehling

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Thanks for the response. We did not upgrade java, we're running java
1.7.0_45, and Elasticsearch 1.4.2.

For anyone else running into this: We did manage to "solve" the issue by
closing and re-opening all indices. After that the continuous
re-synchronization stopped. Certain events start it again though: For
example moving a shard. Closing/re-opening an index then "solves" it again
though.

regards, Eike

On Mon, Jan 19, 2015 at 10:32 PM, Mark Walkom markwalkom@gmail.com wrote:

Did you upgrade Java as well as ES? What version are you on?

On 20 January 2015 at 04:55, Eike Dehling eike@buzzcapture.com wrote:

Hi List,

we have recently upgraded our ES cluster (12 nodes, ~900GB data) from
0.90.9 to 1.4.2. We did a restart-upgrade, so backup data and then start
the new ES version with the old data directories.

Since then we're seeing lot of messages like "re-syncing mappings with
cluster state for types ..." in the log of the master node, about 5-10
every second (Once for each index). The load and network traffic on the
machines also seems to have increased quite a bit.

Some googling showed me various older (0.17/0.18) questions about this,
and that it's related to serialization of the mapping. Our mapping is here:
https://gist.github.com/anonymous/33b7ba153794e739fd33

One suggested quick fix i found was to close/re-open the affected
indices. Other suggestions? Or tips how to debug why this is going wrong,
and what to change in the mapping?

How serious is this? Does this need immediate attention, or should the
cluster survive for a while?

best regards,
Eike Dehling

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