Thursday, April 12, 2012

Extract Data from Master oplog and Restore it in another MongoDB server



Extract data from oplog in MongoDB and restore in another MongoDB server.





                            Recently I came across a problem where we have to do a lot of modifications in the mongodb server which will be having issues with the production database. We removed the replication between the master and slave and then did the operation in slave and then updated the data using the tool wordnik-oss tools.


                             Unfortunately we did not have a replica set and we had normal Master-Slave setup. While all the updates are happening in slave I need to keep track of the master data so that I can add it to the slave. For this I used a tool named mongodb-admin-utils in wordnik-oss https://github.com/wordnik/wordnik-oss.


Required software:


  1. Java and Git:
                  yum install java-1.6.0-sun-devel java-1.6.0-sun git


  2. Maven:
        recent version of wordnik-oss require maven 3


                  cd /usr/src
                   wgethttp://apache.techartifact.com/mirror/maven/binaries/apache-maven-3.0.4-bin.tar.gz
                    tar zxf apache-maven-3.0.4-bin.tar.gz


Building wordnik:


  1. Download and compile


                            git clone http://github.com/wordnik/wordnik-oss.git wordnik


  2. Compile and build
 
             In my case I only needed mongodb-admin-utils and hence I packaged only   that.


                         cd wordnik/modules/mongo-admin-utils
                        /usr/src/apache-maven-3.0.4/bin/mvn package



                       Once this is complete you can use mongo-admin-utils in the host.


Get Incremental oplog Backup from mongo master server




                cd wordnik/modules/mongo-admin-utils
               ./bin/run.sh com.wordnik.system.mongodb.IncrementalBackupUtil  -o /root/mongo -h mastermongodb



                                   /root/mongo => output directory where the oplog is stored.
                                   mastermongodb => mongodb master host.


** We can't use this tool in slave as there is no oplog in slave.


Replay the Data from the oplog to the database


          I had some problems in restoring data from backup and I had to add the following settings for the restore to work without any issues.

    ulimit -n 20000



           Added the following Java options in run.sh so that it does not fail with Out Of Memory (OOM ) erros.

JAVA_CONFIG_OPTIONS="-Xms5g -Xmx10g -XX:NewSize=2g -XX:MaxNewSize=2g -XX:+UseConcMarkSweepGC -XX:+UseParNewGC -XX:PermSize=2g -XX:MaxPermSize=2g"





Replay Command:


            ./bin/run.sh com.wordnik.system.mongodb.ReplayUtil -i /root/mongo -h localhost
                localhost => the mongodb server in which you want the data to be added.


         If you face any issues you can go ahead and file a issue in https://github.com/wordnik/wordnik-os . The developer is a awesome person and will help you sort out the issue.

4 comments:

  1. Thanks for the write-up buddy. I helped me a lot. I encountered one nuisance though. I ran

    ./bin/run.sh com.wordnik.system.mongodb.IncrementalBackupUtil -o /root/mongo -h mastermongodb

    with path to store incremental data and mastermongodb parameter replaced for my own. I have this command in nohup state but the command would not complete even after 2 days.Is this a bug or is it supposed to be like that ?

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    1. It can run for days without any issues.

      1. Do you get the following sort of information in nohup.out
      ===
      oplog: 401,275 records, 40,123 req/sec, 4,953 skip
      ====

      2. Do you data getting populated in /root/backups.

      ./bin/run.sh com.wordnik.system.mongodb.IncrementalBackupUtil -o /root/backups -h mongomaster

      oplog: 401,275 records, 40,123 req/sec, 4,953 skips

      [root@mongomaster mongo-admin-utils]$ ls -al /root/backups/
      total 128976
      drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Jul 17 08:24 .
      drwxr-x--- 9 root root 4096 Jul 17 08:24 ..
      -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 12 Jul 17 08:24 last_timestamp.txt
      -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 104857709 Jul 17 08:24 oplog.0001.bson
      -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 27050958 Jul 17 08:25 oplog.bson

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