Java Code Examples for org.apache.flink.contrib.streaming.state.RocksDBIncrementalCheckpointUtils

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Example 1
private void initDBWithRescaling(KeyedStateHandle initialHandle) throws Exception {

		assert (initialHandle instanceof IncrementalRemoteKeyedStateHandle);

		// 1. Restore base DB from selected initial handle
		restoreFromRemoteState((IncrementalRemoteKeyedStateHandle) initialHandle);

		// 2. Clip the base DB instance
		try {
			RocksDBIncrementalCheckpointUtils.clipDBWithKeyGroupRange(
				db,
				columnFamilyHandles,
				keyGroupRange,
				initialHandle.getKeyGroupRange(),
				keyGroupPrefixBytes);
		} catch (RocksDBException e) {
			String errMsg = "Failed to clip DB after initialization.";
			LOG.error(errMsg, e);
			throw new BackendBuildingException(errMsg, e);
		}
	}
 
Example 2
Source Project: flink   Source File: RocksDBIncrementalRestoreOperation.java    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
private void initDBWithRescaling(KeyedStateHandle initialHandle) throws Exception {

		assert (initialHandle instanceof IncrementalRemoteKeyedStateHandle);

		// 1. Restore base DB from selected initial handle
		restoreFromRemoteState((IncrementalRemoteKeyedStateHandle) initialHandle);

		// 2. Clip the base DB instance
		try {
			RocksDBIncrementalCheckpointUtils.clipDBWithKeyGroupRange(
				db,
				columnFamilyHandles,
				keyGroupRange,
				initialHandle.getKeyGroupRange(),
				keyGroupPrefixBytes);
		} catch (RocksDBException e) {
			String errMsg = "Failed to clip DB after initialization.";
			LOG.error(errMsg, e);
			throw new BackendBuildingException(errMsg, e);
		}
	}
 
Example 3
Source Project: flink   Source File: RocksDBIncrementalRestoreOperation.java    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
private void initDBWithRescaling(KeyedStateHandle initialHandle) throws Exception {

		assert (initialHandle instanceof IncrementalRemoteKeyedStateHandle);

		// 1. Restore base DB from selected initial handle
		restoreFromRemoteState((IncrementalRemoteKeyedStateHandle) initialHandle);

		// 2. Clip the base DB instance
		try {
			RocksDBIncrementalCheckpointUtils.clipDBWithKeyGroupRange(
				db,
				columnFamilyHandles,
				keyGroupRange,
				initialHandle.getKeyGroupRange(),
				keyGroupPrefixBytes,
				writeBatchSize);
		} catch (RocksDBException e) {
			String errMsg = "Failed to clip DB after initialization.";
			LOG.error(errMsg, e);
			throw new BackendBuildingException(errMsg, e);
		}
	}
 
Example 4
/**
 * Recovery from multi incremental states with rescaling. For rescaling, this method creates a temporary
 * RocksDB instance for a key-groups shard. All contents from the temporary instance are copied into the
 * real restore instance and then the temporary instance is discarded.
 */
private void restoreWithRescaling(Collection<KeyedStateHandle> restoreStateHandles) throws Exception {

	// Prepare for restore with rescaling
	KeyedStateHandle initialHandle = RocksDBIncrementalCheckpointUtils.chooseTheBestStateHandleForInitial(
		restoreStateHandles, keyGroupRange);

	// Init base DB instance
	if (initialHandle != null) {
		restoreStateHandles.remove(initialHandle);
		initDBWithRescaling(initialHandle);
	} else {
		openDB();
	}

	// Transfer remaining key-groups from temporary instance into base DB
	byte[] startKeyGroupPrefixBytes = new byte[keyGroupPrefixBytes];
	RocksDBKeySerializationUtils.serializeKeyGroup(keyGroupRange.getStartKeyGroup(), startKeyGroupPrefixBytes);

	byte[] stopKeyGroupPrefixBytes = new byte[keyGroupPrefixBytes];
	RocksDBKeySerializationUtils.serializeKeyGroup(keyGroupRange.getEndKeyGroup() + 1, stopKeyGroupPrefixBytes);

	for (KeyedStateHandle rawStateHandle : restoreStateHandles) {

		if (!(rawStateHandle instanceof IncrementalRemoteKeyedStateHandle)) {
			throw new IllegalStateException("Unexpected state handle type, " +
				"expected " + IncrementalRemoteKeyedStateHandle.class +
				", but found " + rawStateHandle.getClass());
		}

		Path temporaryRestoreInstancePath = new Path(instanceBasePath.getAbsolutePath() + UUID.randomUUID().toString());
		try (RestoredDBInstance tmpRestoreDBInfo = restoreDBInstanceFromStateHandle(
			(IncrementalRemoteKeyedStateHandle) rawStateHandle,
			temporaryRestoreInstancePath);
			RocksDBWriteBatchWrapper writeBatchWrapper = new RocksDBWriteBatchWrapper(this.db)) {

			List<ColumnFamilyDescriptor> tmpColumnFamilyDescriptors = tmpRestoreDBInfo.columnFamilyDescriptors;
			List<ColumnFamilyHandle> tmpColumnFamilyHandles = tmpRestoreDBInfo.columnFamilyHandles;

			// iterating only the requested descriptors automatically skips the default column family handle
			for (int i = 0; i < tmpColumnFamilyDescriptors.size(); ++i) {
				ColumnFamilyHandle tmpColumnFamilyHandle = tmpColumnFamilyHandles.get(i);

				ColumnFamilyHandle targetColumnFamilyHandle = getOrRegisterStateColumnFamilyHandle(
					null, tmpRestoreDBInfo.stateMetaInfoSnapshots.get(i))
					.columnFamilyHandle;

				try (RocksIteratorWrapper iterator = RocksDBOperationUtils.getRocksIterator(tmpRestoreDBInfo.db, tmpColumnFamilyHandle)) {

					iterator.seek(startKeyGroupPrefixBytes);

					while (iterator.isValid()) {

						if (RocksDBIncrementalCheckpointUtils.beforeThePrefixBytes(iterator.key(), stopKeyGroupPrefixBytes)) {
							writeBatchWrapper.put(targetColumnFamilyHandle, iterator.key(), iterator.value());
						} else {
							// Since the iterator will visit the record according to the sorted order,
							// we can just break here.
							break;
						}

						iterator.next();
					}
				} // releases native iterator resources
			}
		} finally {
			cleanUpPathQuietly(temporaryRestoreInstancePath);
		}
	}
}
 
Example 5
Source Project: flink   Source File: RocksDBIncrementalRestoreOperation.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Recovery from multi incremental states with rescaling. For rescaling, this method creates a temporary
 * RocksDB instance for a key-groups shard. All contents from the temporary instance are copied into the
 * real restore instance and then the temporary instance is discarded.
 */
private void restoreWithRescaling(Collection<KeyedStateHandle> restoreStateHandles) throws Exception {

	// Prepare for restore with rescaling
	KeyedStateHandle initialHandle = RocksDBIncrementalCheckpointUtils.chooseTheBestStateHandleForInitial(
		restoreStateHandles, keyGroupRange);

	// Init base DB instance
	if (initialHandle != null) {
		restoreStateHandles.remove(initialHandle);
		initDBWithRescaling(initialHandle);
	} else {
		openDB();
	}

	// Transfer remaining key-groups from temporary instance into base DB
	byte[] startKeyGroupPrefixBytes = new byte[keyGroupPrefixBytes];
	RocksDBKeySerializationUtils.serializeKeyGroup(keyGroupRange.getStartKeyGroup(), startKeyGroupPrefixBytes);

	byte[] stopKeyGroupPrefixBytes = new byte[keyGroupPrefixBytes];
	RocksDBKeySerializationUtils.serializeKeyGroup(keyGroupRange.getEndKeyGroup() + 1, stopKeyGroupPrefixBytes);

	for (KeyedStateHandle rawStateHandle : restoreStateHandles) {

		if (!(rawStateHandle instanceof IncrementalRemoteKeyedStateHandle)) {
			throw new IllegalStateException("Unexpected state handle type, " +
				"expected " + IncrementalRemoteKeyedStateHandle.class +
				", but found " + rawStateHandle.getClass());
		}

		Path temporaryRestoreInstancePath = new Path(instanceBasePath.getAbsolutePath() + UUID.randomUUID().toString());
		try (RestoredDBInstance tmpRestoreDBInfo = restoreDBInstanceFromStateHandle(
			(IncrementalRemoteKeyedStateHandle) rawStateHandle,
			temporaryRestoreInstancePath);
			RocksDBWriteBatchWrapper writeBatchWrapper = new RocksDBWriteBatchWrapper(this.db)) {

			List<ColumnFamilyDescriptor> tmpColumnFamilyDescriptors = tmpRestoreDBInfo.columnFamilyDescriptors;
			List<ColumnFamilyHandle> tmpColumnFamilyHandles = tmpRestoreDBInfo.columnFamilyHandles;

			// iterating only the requested descriptors automatically skips the default column family handle
			for (int i = 0; i < tmpColumnFamilyDescriptors.size(); ++i) {
				ColumnFamilyHandle tmpColumnFamilyHandle = tmpColumnFamilyHandles.get(i);

				ColumnFamilyHandle targetColumnFamilyHandle = getOrRegisterStateColumnFamilyHandle(
					null, tmpRestoreDBInfo.stateMetaInfoSnapshots.get(i))
					.columnFamilyHandle;

				try (RocksIteratorWrapper iterator = RocksDBOperationUtils.getRocksIterator(tmpRestoreDBInfo.db, tmpColumnFamilyHandle)) {

					iterator.seek(startKeyGroupPrefixBytes);

					while (iterator.isValid()) {

						if (RocksDBIncrementalCheckpointUtils.beforeThePrefixBytes(iterator.key(), stopKeyGroupPrefixBytes)) {
							writeBatchWrapper.put(targetColumnFamilyHandle, iterator.key(), iterator.value());
						} else {
							// Since the iterator will visit the record according to the sorted order,
							// we can just break here.
							break;
						}

						iterator.next();
					}
				} // releases native iterator resources
			}
		} finally {
			cleanUpPathQuietly(temporaryRestoreInstancePath);
		}
	}
}
 
Example 6
Source Project: flink   Source File: RocksDBIncrementalRestoreOperation.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Recovery from multi incremental states with rescaling. For rescaling, this method creates a temporary
 * RocksDB instance for a key-groups shard. All contents from the temporary instance are copied into the
 * real restore instance and then the temporary instance is discarded.
 */
private void restoreWithRescaling(Collection<KeyedStateHandle> restoreStateHandles) throws Exception {

	// Prepare for restore with rescaling
	KeyedStateHandle initialHandle = RocksDBIncrementalCheckpointUtils.chooseTheBestStateHandleForInitial(
		restoreStateHandles, keyGroupRange);

	// Init base DB instance
	if (initialHandle != null) {
		restoreStateHandles.remove(initialHandle);
		initDBWithRescaling(initialHandle);
	} else {
		openDB();
	}

	// Transfer remaining key-groups from temporary instance into base DB
	byte[] startKeyGroupPrefixBytes = new byte[keyGroupPrefixBytes];
	RocksDBKeySerializationUtils.serializeKeyGroup(keyGroupRange.getStartKeyGroup(), startKeyGroupPrefixBytes);

	byte[] stopKeyGroupPrefixBytes = new byte[keyGroupPrefixBytes];
	RocksDBKeySerializationUtils.serializeKeyGroup(keyGroupRange.getEndKeyGroup() + 1, stopKeyGroupPrefixBytes);

	for (KeyedStateHandle rawStateHandle : restoreStateHandles) {

		if (!(rawStateHandle instanceof IncrementalRemoteKeyedStateHandle)) {
			throw new IllegalStateException("Unexpected state handle type, " +
				"expected " + IncrementalRemoteKeyedStateHandle.class +
				", but found " + rawStateHandle.getClass());
		}

		Path temporaryRestoreInstancePath = instanceBasePath.getAbsoluteFile().toPath().resolve(UUID.randomUUID().toString());
		try (RestoredDBInstance tmpRestoreDBInfo = restoreDBInstanceFromStateHandle(
			(IncrementalRemoteKeyedStateHandle) rawStateHandle,
			temporaryRestoreInstancePath);
			RocksDBWriteBatchWrapper writeBatchWrapper = new RocksDBWriteBatchWrapper(this.db, writeBatchSize)) {

			List<ColumnFamilyDescriptor> tmpColumnFamilyDescriptors = tmpRestoreDBInfo.columnFamilyDescriptors;
			List<ColumnFamilyHandle> tmpColumnFamilyHandles = tmpRestoreDBInfo.columnFamilyHandles;

			// iterating only the requested descriptors automatically skips the default column family handle
			for (int i = 0; i < tmpColumnFamilyDescriptors.size(); ++i) {
				ColumnFamilyHandle tmpColumnFamilyHandle = tmpColumnFamilyHandles.get(i);

				ColumnFamilyHandle targetColumnFamilyHandle = getOrRegisterStateColumnFamilyHandle(
					null, tmpRestoreDBInfo.stateMetaInfoSnapshots.get(i))
					.columnFamilyHandle;

				try (RocksIteratorWrapper iterator = RocksDBOperationUtils.getRocksIterator(tmpRestoreDBInfo.db, tmpColumnFamilyHandle, tmpRestoreDBInfo.readOptions)) {

					iterator.seek(startKeyGroupPrefixBytes);

					while (iterator.isValid()) {

						if (RocksDBIncrementalCheckpointUtils.beforeThePrefixBytes(iterator.key(), stopKeyGroupPrefixBytes)) {
							writeBatchWrapper.put(targetColumnFamilyHandle, iterator.key(), iterator.value());
						} else {
							// Since the iterator will visit the record according to the sorted order,
							// we can just break here.
							break;
						}

						iterator.next();
					}
				} // releases native iterator resources
			}
		} finally {
			cleanUpPathQuietly(temporaryRestoreInstancePath);
		}
	}
}