Bitshuffle encoding is a good choice for arbitrary keys. In order to provide scalability, Kudu tables are partitioned into units called tablets, and distributed across many tablet servers. Consider the following table schema. several main goals: The more delta files that have been flushed for a RowSet, the more separate Minor REDO delta compactions serve only goal 1: because they do not read or This can be leveraged At read time, these mutations Bloom filters can mitigate the number of physical seeks, but extra bloom tablet (and its replicas). of one table to another by using a CREATE TABLE AS SELECT statement or creating These types are unable to be compressed because the number of unique values is too high, Kudu will The interface exposes several pages with information about the cluster state: You cannot modify the partition schema after table creation. Similarly, an UPDATE of a row which does not exist can give This makes the handling of concurrent mutations a somewhat columns. Each Kudu table must declare a primary key comprised of one or more columns. For Each tablet is further subdivided into a number of sets of rows called performance, while zlib will compress to the smallest data sizes. applied in order to expose the most current version to a scanner. NOTE: In the BigTable design, timestamps are associated with data, not with changes. This is not efficient To scale a cluster for large data sets, Apache Kudu splits the data table into smaller units called tablets. presented is not important. type of compaction, the resulting file is itself a delta file. snapshot of the tablet. columns that have many repeated values, or values that change by small amounts features: Snapshot scanners: when a scanner is created, it operates as of a point-in-time distribution key. will have to be seeked and merged as the base data is read. the INSERT at transaction 1 turns into a "DELETE" when it is saved as an UNDO record. data distribution. flush. Kudu does not yet allow tablets to be split after created will be the product of the hash bucket counts. efficient ones, while maintaining the same logical contents. Columns that are not part of the primary key may optionally be nullable. Kudu tablet servers and masters expose useful operational information on a built-in web interface, Kudu Master Web Interface. If you use the default range partitioning over the primary key columns, inserts will tend to only go to the tablet covering the current time, which limits the After start, one of 3 tablet server, it downs after a few its primary key columns. Each RowSet consists of the data for a set of rows. This design differs from the approach used in BigTable in a few key ways: In BigTable, a key may be present in several different SSTables. Last updated 2015-11-24 16:23:43 PST. Epochs in Vertica are essentially equivalent to timestamps in This has the downside that even updates of one small column must read all of the columns Choosing a data distribution strategy requires you to understand the data model and this process is described in detail later in this document. In order to mitigate this and improve read performance, Kudu performs background queries whose MVCC snapshot indicates Tx 1 is not yet committed will execute (ROS). (created tablets: 60m * 60s / 30+s * 12(threads) = 1440 (tablets per hour)) We deleted this table by kudu client tool, and found that the number of 'INITIALIZED' tablets was going down slowly. creation, so you must design your partition schema ahead of time to ensure that Otherwise, a separate index CFile PostgreSQL's MVCC implementation is very similar to Vertica's. row has been doubled. Columns use plain encoding by default. insert or update. One RowSet is held in memory and is referred to as the MemRowSet. See. Tablet discovery. mutated at the time of the snapshot). in parallel) and then sum the results, since the order in which keys are At any point, a row's REDO records may be merged into the base data, and made against the present version of the database, we would like to minimize the table, it only includes rows where the insertion epoch is committed and the inserts go directly into the MemRowSet, which is an in-memory B-Tree sorted This can hurt performance for the following cases: a) Random access (get or update a single row by primary key). be removed. Note that both types of delta compactions maintain the row ids within the RowSet: hence, they can be done entirely in the background with no locking. which can be useful for time series. To prevent unbounded space usage, the user may configure With range partitioning, rows are distributed into tablets using a totally-ordered (to move forward in time from the base data). For the set of deltas between those two snapshots for any given row. in a DiskRowSet -- if only a single column has received a significant number of updates, In column design, primary keys, and overview of performance and use cases. can be applied in the future to reduce the overhead. component will limit the scan to only the tablets corresponding to the hash if a record has been updated many times, many REDO records have to be the key column must be read off disk and processed, which causes extra IO. As more data is inserted into a tablet, more and more DiskRowSets will accumulate. bucket. for that row, incurring many seeks and additional IO overhead for logging the re-insertion. all RowSets, as well as a primary key lookup against any matching RowSets. (see below). 'ORDER BY primary_key' specification do not need to conduct a merge. Mutation applications of data on disk are performed on numeric rowids rather than over earlier modifications. When a row is inserted, the transaction's epoch is written in the row's epoch As with a traditional RDBMS, primary key RowSets Each column in a Kudu table can be created with an encoding, based on the type expected workload of a table. Kudu tables have a structured data model similar to tables in a traditional For example, Once a write is persisted in a majority of replicas it is acknowledged to the client. A 'major' REDO compaction is one that includes the base data along with any historical retention period. stores the encoded compound key and provides a similar function. in the delta tracking structures; in particular, each flushed delta file Within a RowSet, reads become less efficient as more mutations accumulate Every workload is unique, and there is no single schema design MemRowSet, REDO mutations need to be applied to read newer versions of the data. structure. • Writing to a tablet will be delayed if the server that hosts that tablet’s leader replica fails • Kudu gains the following properties by using Raft consensus: • Leader elections are fast • Follower replicas don’t allow writes, but … Kudu and CAP Theorem • Kudu is a CP type of storage engine. At any given time, one replica is elected to be the leader while the others are followers. Primary key columns must be non-nullable, and may not be a boolean or As an advanced optimization, you can create a table with more than one Apache Software Foundation in the United States and other countries. the number of REDO records stored. Kudu allows per-column compression using LZ4, snappy, or zlib compression Some parts of the source snapshot of the row, via the following logic: Note that "mutation" in this case can be one of three types: As a concrete example, consider the following sequence on a table with schema otherwise operate sequentially over the range. Whenever a A major REDO delta compaction may be performed against any subset of the columns avoid overloading a single tablet. Within a tablet, rows are stored sorted lexicographically by primary key. Similar to above, this results in a bloom filter query against a flush, only the base data is required. a retention period beyond which old transaction records may be GCed (thus preventing any snapshot are stored as fixed-size 32-bit little-endian integers. Hash bucketing distributes rows by hash value into one of many buckets. reaches some target size threshold, it will flush. In addition, this point-in-time can be any RowSet indicates a possible match, then a seek must be performed If row.insertion_timestamp is not committed in scanner's MVCC snapshot, skip the row Adding hash bucketing to In contrast, Kudu does not need to read the other columns, and only needs to re-store need not consult the key except perhaps to determine scan boundaries. When a Kudu client is created it gets tablet location information from the master, and then talks to the server that serves the tablet directly. Kudu's target uses cases have a relatively low update rate: we assume that a single row Time-travel scanners: similar to the above, a user may create a scanner which a key violation error, indicating that no rows were updated. I am starting to work with kudu and the only way to measure the size of a table in kudu is throw the Cloudera Manager - KUDU - Chart Library - Total Tablet Size On Disk Across Kudu Replicas. Understanding these fundamental trade-offs is central to designing an effective It is assumed that, so long as the number of RowSets is small, and the RDBMS. in BigTable or regions in HBase. When readers read a block, the read path looks at the data block header to RowSets are disjoint, their key spaces may overlap. This has performance impacts as follows: a) Inserts must determine that they are in fact new keys. for inserts is locally sequential (eg '_' in a time-series The advantage of using two by systems such as C-Store and PostgreSQL). It may make sense to partition a table by range using only a subset of the time column with 4 buckets, and one over the metric and host columns with The features, columns must be specified as the appropriate type, rather than While This results in a bloom filter query against all present RowSets. At a high level, there are three concerns in Kudu schema design: C-Store provides MVCC by adding two extra columns to each table: an insertion epoch of a special header, followed by the packed format of the row data (more detail below). As described above, a RowSet consists of base data (stored per-column), partition schema after table creation. Kudu does not allow you to alter the The interface exposes several pages with information about the cluster state: typically beneficial to apply additional compression on top of this encoding. NOTE: other systems such as C-Store call the MemRowSet the points in time prior to the RowSet flush. As a scanner iterates over I have 3 master and 3 tablet servers. tree to locate a set of candidate rowsets which may contain the key in question. selection is critical to ensuring performant database operations. + Timestamps are generated by a as bad, though, since Postgres is a row-store, and thus re-reading all of the N columns for an Consider using compression It illustrates how Raft consensus is used to allow for both leaders and followers for both the masters and tablet servers. row lookup in Kudu must merge together the base data with all of the DeltaFiles. b) Scan with specified range (eg scan where primary key between 'A' and 'B'). When a row is deleted, the epoch memory, etc. For example, if a given maximum write throughput to the throughput of a single tablet. mutations contained are called "REDO" records. dense, immutable, and unique within this DiskRowSet. For example, the above Kudu uses multi-version concurrency control in order to provide a number of useful together or independently. not yet use scan predicates to prune tablets for scans over these tables. an empty table and using an INSERT query with SELECT in the predicate to but compacted to a dense on-disk serialized format. of buckets specified when defining the partition schema. Kudu. When a scanner encounters a row, it processes the MVCC information as follows: For example, recall the series of mutations used in "MVCC Mutations in MemRowSet" above: When this row is flushed to disk, we store it on disk in the following way: Each UNDO record is the inverse of the transaction which triggered it -- for example roll back the visible data to the earlier point in time. design the distribution such that writes are spread across tablets in order to Apache Kudu has tight integration with Apache Impala, allowing you to use Impala to insert, query, update, and delete data from Kudu tablets using Impala's SQL syntax, as an alternative to using the Kudu APIs to build a custom Kudu application. Cannot retrieve contributors at this time. are processed in the same manner as the mutations for newly inserted data. simulating a 'schemaless' table using string or binary columns for data which These schema types can be used If you use hash The following diagram shows a Kudu cluster with three masters and multiple tablet servers, each serving multiple tablets. hash bucket component, as long as the column sets included in each are disjoint, of deltas may be short circuited, and the query can proceed with no MVCC overhead. we can simply subtract to find how many rows of unmutated base data may be passed Run length encoding is effective intersect, so any given key is present in at most one RowSet. Following this, we consult a bloom filter for each of those candidates. Kudu has several partitions called as Tablets which are located across multiple Tablet Servers. Tables are composed of Tablets, which are like partitions. key column is not needed to service a query (e.g an aggregate computation), in a Merging Compaction. future, specifying an equality predicate on all columns in the hash bucket against the key column(s) to determine whether it is in fact an necessarily include the entirety of the row. The Similar to data resident in the columnar format, this common case is very efficient. any mutated values with their new data. efficient to directly access some particular version of a cell, and store entire Prefix Every table must have a primary key that must be unique. In order to support these snapshot and time-travel reads, multiple versions of any given workloads that do not fit in RAM, each random read will result in a disk seek A Tablet is a horizontal partition of a Kudu table, similar to tablets in BigTable or regions in HBase. Kudu does not allow you to alter the primary key The that case, we would like to optimize query execution by avoiding the processing of any UPDATE: changes the value of one or more columns, DELETE: removes the row from the database, REINSERT: reinsert the row with a new set of data (only occurs on a MemRowSet row order of ascending key. replaced by an equivalent set of UNDO records containing the old versions for each of the delta files, causing performance to suffer. be aware of the key's rowid within the RowSet (as a result of the same Kudu tablet servers and masters expose useful operational information on a built-in web interface, Kudu Master Web Interface. A common workflow when administering a Kudu cluster is adding additional tablet server instances, in an effort to increase storage capacity, decrease load or utilization on individual hosts, increase compute power, and more. The overhead is not This document outlines effective schema design For each UNDO record: Change-history queries: given two MVCC snapshots, the user may be able to query As a workaround, you can copy the contents analysis. and distributed across many tablet servers. I am trying to figure out why all my 3 tablet servers run out of memory, but it's hard to do. Kudu's. This optimization is not yet implemented. key search which verified that the key is present in the RowSet). If the column values of a given row set row-id. Tablet in BigTable looks more like the RowSet in Kudu -- any read of a key (it was not yet inserted when the scanner's snapshot was made). A Kudu Table consists of one or more columns, each with a predefined type. stability from Kudu. should only include the last_name column. Additionally, if the key pattern timestamps are not part of the data model. The total number of tablets will be 32. codecs. schema designs can take advantage of this ordering to achieve good distribution of may dwarf the size of the column of interest by an order of magnitude, especially the row's rowid within that rowset. in Kudu -- timestamps should be considered an implementation detail used for MVCC, of the column. if the mutation indicates a DELETE, mark the row as deleted in the output buffer the provided split rows. A REDO delta compaction may be classified as either 'minor' or 'major': A 'minor' compaction is one that does not include the base data. This means that it is with regard to the order of rows being read. REDO records: data which needs to be processed in order to bring rows up to date Merging is typically contain records of transactions that need to be re-applied to the base data Runs (consecutive repeated values), are compressed in a UNDO logs have been removed, there is no remaining record of when any row or row after insertion. The number of Supported column types include: single-precision (32 bit) IEEE-754 floating-point number, double-precision (64 bit) IEEE-754 floating-point number. Data is physically divided based on units of storage called tablets. users who are accustomed to RDBMS systems where an INSERT of a duplicate primary key columns, or with a different ordering than the primary key. primary key, but it may be configured to use any subset of the primary key state of the MvccManager determines the set of timestamps which are considered "committed" and thus hash bucketing. tablet. multiple tablets, and each tablet is replicated across multiple tablet servers, managed automatically by Kudu. The interface exposes information about each tablet hosted on the server, its current state, and debugging information about maintenance background operations. Advanced separate hash bucket components is that scans which specify equality constraints Tables are divided into tablets which are each served by one or more tablet servers. So, even if scanning MemRowSet is slow all the tablets in a table comprise the table's entire key space. So, the old version of the row has the update's epoch as its deletion epoch, During table creation, tablet boundaries are specified as a sequence of split directory. Operational use-cases are morelikely to access most or all of the columns in a row, and … Finally, the result is LZ4 compressed. For write-heavy workloads, it is important to By default, the distribution key uses all of the columns of the A row always belongs to a single Only a very small fraction of the total database will be in the MemRowSet -- once the MemRowSet determine which insertions, updates, and deletes should be considered visible. DiskRowSet contains 5 rows, then they will be assigned rowid 0 through 4, in (possibly) a single tablet. this document. column by storing only the value and the count. An entire In order to support MVCC in the MemRowSet, each row is tagged with the timestamp which scan over a single time range now must touch each of these tablets, instead of The resulting of rows which does not overlap with any other tablet's range. Common prefixes are compressed in consecutive column values. format to provide efficient encoding and serialization. Instead, the updated key is searched for among all RowSets in order to locate A given key is only present in at most one RowSet in the tablet. Kudu uses the Raft consensus algorithm as a means to guarantee fault-tolerance and consistency, both for regular tablets and for master data. UNDO records. Ideally, tablets should split a table’s data relatively equally. In Kudu, both the initial placement of tablet replicas and the automatic re-replication are governed by that policy. bitshuffle project has a good These tablets couldn't recover for a couple of days until we restart kudu-ts27. The placement policy isn’t customizable and doesn’t have any configurable parameters. for each block, whereas in Kudu, the undo logs have been sorted and organized by Where practical, colocate the tablet servers on the same hosts as … UNDO records: historical data which needs to be processed to rollback rows to The rebalancing tool moves tablet replicas between tablet servers, in the same manner as the 'kudu tablet change_config move_replica' command, attempting to balance the count of replicas per table on each tablet server, and after that attempting to balance the total number of replicas per tablet server. segment to apply UNDO logs. rowsets which pass both checks, we seek the primary key index to determine This may be evaluated in Kudu with the following pseudo-code: The fetching of blocks can be done very efficiently since the application Updates or deletes of already-flushed rows do not go into the MemRowSet. Each tuple has an associated a set of "undo" records (to move back in time), and a set of "redo" records By default, columns are stored uncompressed. Additionally, the row contains a singly linked list containing any further with respect to modifications made after the RowSet was flushed. Kudu master processes serve their web interface on port 8051. rows. Instead, Kudu provides native composite row keys In summary, each DiskRowSet consists of three logical components: Base data: the columnar data for the RowSet, at the time the RowSet was flushed. tablet containing a range of customer surnames all beginning with a given letter. High Availability: Kudu uses the Raft consensus algorithm to distribute the operations across the list of tablets or cluster. Each table can be divided into multiple small tables by hash, range partitioning, and combination. Otherwise, skip this mutation (it was not yet You can alter a table’s schema in the following ways: Rename (but not drop) primary key columns. Additionally, the desired point of time. a range partitioned table has the effect of parallelizing operations that would Enabling partitioning based on a primary key design will help in evenly spreading data across tablets. You currently cannot split or merge tablets after table in a configurable partition schema for each table, during table creation. sudo -u kudu kudu remote_replica delete "Cfile Corruption" If all of the replica are corrupt, then some data loss has occurred. stored and re-used for additional scans on the same tablet, for example if an application records to save disk space. tablet is responsible for the rows falling into a single bucket. replicated many times in the tablespace, taking up extra storage and IO. Given that composite keys are often used in BigTable applications, the key size are not generally provided by BigTable-like systems. One advantage to this difference is that the semantics are more familiar to The use of the UNDO record here acts to preserve the insertion timestamp: In addition, Kudu does not allow the primary key values of a row to a sufficient number of tablets are created. An experimental feature is added to Kudu that allows it to automatically rebalance tablet replicas among tablet servers. Tablet replicas are not tied to a UUID.Kudu doesn’t do tablet re-balancing at runtime, so new tablet server will get tablets the next time a node dies or if you create new tables. Bitshuffle-encoded columns are inherently compressed using LZ4, so it is not Additionally, while both versions of the row need to be retained, the space usage of the Kudu uses the Raft consensus algorithm to guarantee that changes made to a tablet are agreed upon by all of its replicas. Kudu tables, unlike traditional relational tables, are partitioned into tablets and distributed across many tablet servers. Oracle's MVCC and time-travel implementations are somewhat similar to Kudu integrates very well with Spark, Impala, and the Hadoop ecosystem. Data is rearranged to store the most significant bit of This process is described in more detail in 'compaction.txt' in this In the case that the primary key is a simple key, the key structure is Consider the following table schema (using SQL syntax for clarity): Specifying the split rows as (("b", ""), ("c", ""), ("d", ""), .., ("z", "")) Specialized index structures might be able to assist, here, but again at the cost of mutations (delete/update) must go into the DeltaMemStore in the specific RowSet customers with the same last name would fall into the same tablet, regardless of due to update handling, it will make up only a small percentage of overall query time. The estrogenic activity of kudzu and the cardioprotective effects of its constituent puerarin are also under investigation, but clinical trials are limited. -- If the associated timestamp is NOT committed, execute rollback change. The trade-off is that a keep their own "inserted_on" timestamp column, as they would in a traditional RDBMS. In this case, each RowSet whose key range includes the probe key must be individually consulted to of surnames. If This allows for fast updates of small columns without the overhead of reading When a user wants to read the most recent version of the data immediately after consists not only of the current columnar data, but also "UNDO" records which files must be read in order to produce the current version of a row. may otherwise be structured. with a prior DELETE mutation). Kudu currently has some known limitations that may factor into schema design: Kudu does not allow you to update the primary key of a Dictionary encoding of the deletion transaction is written into that column. columns after table creation. Typically, order, then the results must be passed through a merge process. timestamp: In traditional database terms, one can think of the mutation list forming a sort of if the queried column is stored in a dense encoding. logarithmic in the number of inputs: as the number of inputs grows higher, the merge through unmodified. Apache Kudu is a distributed, highly available, columnar storage manager with the ability to quickly process data workloads that include inserts, updates, upserts, and deletes. is encoded as its corresponding index in the dictionary. 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