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Re: Blocked NTR request

As per my understanding, Blocked requests do not get rejected immediately and waits for some queued request to complete. And a request will timeout only when the request creation time crosses configured request timeout. 

You may try to tune the pool by increasing max_queued_native_transtport_requests value if you see blocked NTR.

On Wed, Dec 12, 2018 at 12:07 AM Guan Sun <xsunguanx@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I'm using Cassandra 2.2.8 with default NTR queque configurations ( max_queued_native_transtport_requests = 128, native_transport_max_threads = 128), and from the metrics I'm seeing some native transport requests are being blocked.

I'm trying to understand what happens to the blocked native transport requests, will these requests be rejected immediately so client get exceptions/errors from Cassandra? or will these requests be waiting somewhere outside of the queue and will be added to the NTR queue later? or will these requests simply timeout after some time?

Any help would be appreciated!



Laxmikant Upadhyay