[ceph-users] PGs inconsistent, do I fear data loss?

Hans van den Bogert hansbogert at gmail.com
Thu Nov 2 03:00:02 PDT 2017

Never mind, I should’ve read the whole thread first.
> On Nov 2, 2017, at 10:50 AM, Hans van den Bogert <hansbogert at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Nov 1, 2017, at 4:45 PM, David Turner <drakonstein at gmail.com <mailto:drakonstein at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> All it takes for data loss is that an osd on server 1 is marked down and a write happens to an osd on server 2.  Now the osd on server 2 goes down before the osd on server 1 has finished backfilling and the first osd receives a request to modify data in the object that it doesn't know the current state of.  Tada, you have data loss.
> I’m probably misunderstanding, but if a osd on server 1 is backfilling, and its only candidate to backfill from is an osd on server 2, and the latter goes down; then wouldn’t the osd on server 1 block, i.e., not accept requests to modify, until server 1 comes up again?
> Or is there a ‘hole' here somewhere where server 1 *thinks* it’s done backfilling whereas the osdmap it used to backfill with was out of date?
> Thanks, 
> Hans

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