bookkeeper

Manages bookies.

Environment variables

Environment variableDescriptionDefault
BOOKIELOG_CONF

The Log4j configuration file.

${bookkeeperHome}/bookkeeper-server/conf/log4j.properties
BOOKIE_CONF

The configuration file for the bookie.

${bookkeeperHome}/bookkeeper-server/conf/bk_server.conf
BOOKIE_EXTRA_CLASSPATH

Extra paths to add to BookKeeper’s <a href=”https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classpath(Java)”>classpath.

ENTRY_FORMATTER_CLASS

The entry formatter class used to format entries.

BOOKIE_PID_DIR

The directory where the bookie server PID file is stored.

BOOKIE_STOP_TIMEOUT

The wait time before forcefully killing the bookie server instance if stopping it is not successful.

Commands

bookie

Starts up a bookie.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper bookie

localbookie

Starts up an ensemble of N bookies in a single JVM process. Typically used for local experimentation and development.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper localbookie N

autorecovery

Runs the autorecovery service daemon.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper autorecovery

upgrade

Upgrades the bookie’s filesystem.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper upgrade

shell

Runs the bookie’s shell for admin commands.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell

help

Displays the help message for the bookkeeper tool.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper help

The BookKeeper shell

autorecovery

Enable or disable autorecovery in the cluster.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell autorecovery \
  2. <options>
Options
FlagDescription
-enableEnable autorecovery of underreplicated ledgers
-disableDisable autorecovery of underreplicated ledgers

bookieformat

Format the current server contents.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell bookieformat \
  2. <options>
Options
FlagDescription
-nonInteractiveWhether to confirm if old data exists.
-forceIf [nonInteractive] is specified, then whether to force delete the old data without prompt..?
-deleteCookieDelete its cookie on zookeeper

initbookie

Initialize new bookie, by making sure that the journalDir, ledgerDirs and indexDirs are empty and there is no registered Bookie with this BookieId.

If there is data present in current bookie server, the init operation will fail. If you want to format the bookie server, use bookieformat.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell initbookie

bookieinfo

Retrieve bookie info such as free and total disk space.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell bookieinfo

bookiesanity

Sanity test for local bookie. Create ledger and write/read entries on the local bookie.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell bookiesanity \
  2. <options>
Options
FlagDescription
-entries NTotal entries to be added for the test (default 10)
-timeout NTimeout for write/read operations in seconds (default 1)

decommissionbookie

Force trigger the Audittask and make sure all the ledgers stored in the decommissioning bookie are replicated.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell decommissionbookie

deleteledger

Delete a ledger

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell deleteledger \
  2. <options>
Options
FlagDescription
-ledgerid NLedger ID
-forceWhether to force delete the Ledger without prompt..?

endpointinfo

Get endpoints of a Bookie.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell endpointinfo

expandstorage

Add new empty ledger/index directories. Update the directories info in the conf file before running the command.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell expandstorage

help

Displays the help message.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell help

lastmark

Print last log marker.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell lastmark

ledger

Dump ledger index entries into readable format.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell ledger \
  2. <options>
Options
FlagDescription
-m LEDGER_IDPrint meta information

ledgermetadata

Print the metadata for a ledger.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell ledgermetadata \
  2. <options>
Options
FlagDescription
-ledgerid NLedger ID

listbookies

List the bookies, which are running as either readwrite or readonly mode.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell listbookies \
  2. <options>
Options
FlagDescription
-readwritePrint readwrite bookies
-readonlyPrint readonly bookies
-hostnamesAlso print hostname of the bookie

listfilesondisc

List the files in JournalDirectory/LedgerDirectories/IndexDirectories.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell listfilesondisc \
  2. <options>
Options
FlagDescription
-journalPrint list of journal files
-entrylogPrint list of entryLog files
-indexPrint list of index files

listledgers

List all ledgers in the cluster (this may take a long time).

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell listledgers \
  2. <options>
Options
FlagDescription
-metaPrint metadata

listunderreplicated

List ledgers marked as underreplicated, with optional options to specify missing replica (BookieId) and to exclude missing replica.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell listunderreplicated \
  2. <options>
Options
FlagDescription
-missingreplica NBookie Id of missing replica
-excludingmissingreplica NBookie Id of missing replica to ignore
-printmissingreplicaWhether to print missingreplicas list?

metaformat

Format Bookkeeper metadata in Zookeeper. This command is deprecated since 4.7.0, in favor of using initnewcluster for initializing a new cluster and nukeexistingcluster for nuking an existing cluster.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell metaformat \
  2. <options>
Options
FlagDescription
-nonInteractiveWhether to confirm if old data exists..?
-forceIf [nonInteractive] is specified, then whether to force delete the old data without prompt.

initnewcluster

Initializes a new bookkeeper cluster. If initnewcluster fails then try nuking existing cluster by running nukeexistingcluster before running initnewcluster again

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell initnewcluster

nukeexistingcluster

Nuke bookkeeper cluster by deleting metadata

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell nukeexistingcluster \
  2. <options>
Options
FlagDescription
-zkledgersrootpathzookeeper ledgers rootpath
-instanceidinstance id
-forceIf instanceid is not specified, then whether to force nuke the metadata without validating instanceid

lostbookierecoverydelay

Setter and Getter for LostBookieRecoveryDelay value (in seconds) in Zookeeper.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell lostbookierecoverydelay \
  2. <options>
Options
FlagDescription
-getGet LostBookieRecoveryDelay value (in seconds)
-set NSet LostBookieRecoveryDelay value (in seconds)

readjournal

Scan a journal file and format the entries into readable format.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell readjournal \
  2. <options>
Options
FlagDescription
-msg JOURNAL_ID|JOURNAL_FILENAMEPrint message body
-dirJournal directory (needed if more than one journal configured)

readledger

Read a range of entries from a ledger.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell readledger \
  2. <ledger_id>[<start_entry_id>[<end_entry_id>]]

readlog

Scan an entry file and format the entries into readable format.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell readlog \
  2. <entry_log_id | entry_log_file_name> \
  3. <options>
Options
FlagDescription
-msgPrint message body
-ledgerid NLedger ID
-entryid NEntry ID
-startpos NStart Position
-endposEnd Position

recover

Recover the ledger data for failed bookie.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell recover \
  2. <bookieSrc>[<bookieDest>] \
  3. <options>
Options
FlagDescription
-deleteCookieDelete cookie node for the bookie.

simpletest

Simple test to create a ledger and write entries to it.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell simpletest \
  2. <options>
Options
FlagDescription
-ensemble NEnsemble size (default 3)
-writeQuorum NWrite quorum size (default 2)
ackQuorum NAck quorum size (default 2)
-numEntries NEntries to write (default 1000)

triggeraudit

Force trigger the Audit by resetting the lostBookieRecoveryDelay.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell triggeraudit

updatecookie

Update bookie id in cookie.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell updatecookie \
  2. <options>
Options
FlagDescription
-bookieId <hostname|ip>Bookie Id

updateledgers

Update bookie id in ledgers (this may take a long time).

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell updateledgers \
  2. <options>
Options
FlagDescription
-bookieId <hostname|ip>Bookie Id
-updatespersec NNumber of ledgers updating per second (default 5 per sec)
-limit NMaximum number of ledgers to update (default no limit)
-verbosePrint status of the ledger updation (default false)
-printprogress NPrint messages on every configured seconds if verbose turned on (default 10 secs)

updateBookieInLedger

Replace srcBookie with destBookie in ledger metadata. (this may take a long time). Useful when Host-reip or data-migration. In that case, shutdown bookie process in src-bookie, use this command to update ledger metadata by replacing src-bookie to dest-bookie where data has been copied/moved. Start the bookie process on dest-bookie and dest-bookie will serve copied ledger data from src-bookie.

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell updateBookieInLedger \
  2. <options>
Options
FlagDescription
-srcBookie BOOKIE_IDSource Bookie Id
-destBookie BOOKIE_IDDestination Bookie Id
-updatespersec NNumber of ledgers updating per second (default 5 per sec)
-limit NMaximum number of ledgers to update (default no limit)
-verbosePrint status of the ledger updation (default false)
-printprogress NPrint messages on every configured seconds if verbose turned on (default 10 secs)

whoisauditor

Print the node which holds the auditor lock

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell whoisauditor

whatisinstanceid

Print the instanceid of the cluster

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell whatisinstanceid

convert-to-db-storage

Convert bookie indexes from InterleavedStorage to DbLedgerStorage format

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell convert-to-db-storage

convert-to-interleaved-storage

Convert bookie indexes from DbLedgerStorage to InterleavedStorage format

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell convert-to-interleaved-storage

rebuild-db-ledger-locations-index

Rebuild DbLedgerStorage locations index

Usage
  1. $ bin/bookkeeper shell rebuild-db-ledger-locations-index