Re: Janusgraph Temporary backend operation
Misha Brukman <mbru...@...>
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Looks like you're using the HBase backend, and this is an INFO level exception telling you that when issuing many mutations in parallel ("mutateMany"), some of the mutations succeeded, while some did not. As stated, this is a temporary (retriable) operation, where a backoff strategy typically helps. However, if you are sending a large, steady amount of traffic, there may not be enough time for the cluster to recover from the previous set of operaitons, before the new ones also cause these retriable errors, leading to a cascade of such messages.
What this implies is that your application is doing one or both of the following:
If your load is well-distributed, you need to grow your HBase cluster with the size of the traffic you are sending. If you are hotspotting, then growing the cluster may not help, so you may need to use a read-only cache (if read hotspotting), or change your model to avoid sending many concurrent requests to the same set of vertices.
Hope this helps,
On Tue, Oct 3, 2017 at 12:39 AM, Dilan Ranasinghe <dila...@...> wrote: