Release Notes : Version 1.1.2 Release Notes

General Information

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New in This Release

This is a maintenance release with no new features.

Resolved Issues

Known Issues

(Issue 4307) Snapshot create fails with error EEXIST

The EEXIST error indicates an attempt to create a new snapshot with the same name as an existing snapshot, but can occur in the following cases as well:

  • If the node with the snapshot's name container fails during snapshot creation, the failed snapshot remains until it is removed by the CLDB after 30 minutes.
  • If snapshot creation fails after reserving the name, then the name exists but the snapshot does not.
  • If the response to a successful snapshot is delayed by a network glitch, and the snapshot operation is retried as a result, EEXISTS correctly indicates that the snapshot exists although it does not appear to.

In any of the above cases, either retry the snapshot with a different name, or delete the existing (or failed) snapshot and create it again.

(Issue 4269) Bulk Operations

The MapR Control System provides both a checkbox and a Select All link for selecting all alarms, nodes, snapshots, or volumes matching a filter, even if there are too many results to display on a single screen. However, the following operations can only be performed on individually selected results, or results selected using the Select Visible link at the bottom of the MapR Control System screen:

  • Volumes - Edit Volumes
  • Volumes - Remove Volumes
  • Volumes - New Snapshot
  • Volumes - Unmount
  • Mirror Volumes - Edit Volumes
  • Mirror Volumes - Remove Volumes
  • Mirror Volumes - Unmount
  • User Disk Usage - Edit
  • Snapshots - Remove
  • Snapshots - Preserve
  • Node Alarms - Change Topology
  • Nodes - Change Topology
  • Volume Alarms - Edit
  • Volume Alarms - Unmount
  • Volume Alarms - Remove
  • User/Group Alarms - Edit

In order to perform these operations on a large number of alarms, nodes, snapshots, or volumes, it is necessary to select each screenful of results using Select Visible and perform the operation before selecting the next screenful of results.

(Issue 3122) Mirroring with fsck-repaired volume

If a source or mirror volume is repaired with fsck then the source and mirror volumes can go out of sync. It is necessary to perform a full mirror operation with volume mirror start -full true to bring them back in sync. Similarly, when creating a dump file from a volume that has been repaired with fsck, use -full true on the volume dump create command.

(Issue 10598)

When a node's IP number is reassigned to another node, remote procedure calls are misdirected to the wrong node. This can result in widespread errors affecting any system that use the RPC binding layer, including container resync operations that never finish or the creation of several superfluous containers. Restart the cluster to clear this condition.

(Issue 11389)

If you use the latest version of any browser to view the MCS, the CLDB, HBase, JobTracker, and job log pages do not load when you click on the respective links. As a workaround, use the following instructions to disable mixed-content-blocking in your browser:
Internet Explorer
Scroll to the bottom of the screen, and click Show all content. The page refreshes and displays mixed content. 

Mozilla Firefox

  1. At the top of the page, to the left of the address bar, click  (the shield icon).
  2. In the pop-up window that appears, click the down arrow next to "Keep Blocking", and select Disable Protection on This Page. The page refreshes and displays mixed content. The shield icon is replaced with a warning symbol to indicate that the page is displaying both secure and non-secure items.

Google Chrome

  1. Click  (the shield icon) on the right side of the address bar.
  2. In the icon dialog box, click Load anyway. The page refreshes and displays mixed content. The URL in the address bar shows https crossed out to indicate that the page is displaying both secure and non-secure items.