Ozone supports non-rolling upgrades and downgrades, where all components are stopped first, and then restarted with the upgraded or downgraded versions.
After upgrading components, the upgrade process is divided into two states:
Pre-finalized: When the current components are stopped and the new versions are started, they will see that the data on disk was written by a previous version of Ozone and enter a pre-finalized state. In the pre-finalized state:
Finalized: When a finalize command is given to OM or SCM, they will enter a finalized state. In the finalized state:
ozone admin om finalizationstatus. If using OM HA, finalization status is checked for the quorum, not individual OMs.
ozone admin scm finalizationstatus. SCM will report that finalization is complete once it has finalized and is aware of enough finalized datanodes to form a write pipeline. The remaining datanodes will finalize asynchronously and be incorporated into write pipelines after informing SCM that they have finalized.
ozone admin datanode list will list all datanodes and their health state as seen by SCM. If SCM is finalized, then datanodes whose health state is
HEALTHY have informed SCM that they have finalized. Datanodes whose health state is
HEALTHY_READONLY have not yet informed SCM that they have finished finalization.
HEALTHY_READONLY (pre-finalized) datanodes remain readable, so the cluster is operational even if some otherwise healthy datanodes have not yet finalized.
DEAD datanodes will be told to finalize by SCM once they are reachable again.
Starting with your current version of Ozone, complete the following steps to upgrade to a newer version of Ozone.
If using OM HA and currently running Ozone 1.2.0 or greater, prepare the Ozone Manager. If OM HA is not being used, this step can be skipped.
ozone admin om prepare -id=<om-sevice-id>
prepare command will block the Ozone Managers from receiving all write requests. See Ozone Manager Prepare For Upgrade for more information
Stop all components.
Replace artifacts of all components with the newer versions.
Start the components
Start the SCM and datanodes as usual:
ozone --daemon scm start
ozone --daemon datanode start
Start the Ozone Manager using the
--upgrade flag to take it out of prepare mode.
ozone --daemon om start --upgrade
There also exists a
--downgrade flag which is an alias of
--upgrade. The name used does not matter.
IMPORTANT: All OMs must be started with the
--downgrade flag in this step. If some of the OMs are not started with this flag by mistake, run
ozone admin om cancelprepare -id=<om-sevice-id> to make sure all OMs leave prepare mode.
At this point, the cluster is upgraded to a pre-finalized state and fully operational. The cluster can be downgraded by repeating the above steps, but restoring the older versions of components in step 3, instead of the newer versions. To finalize the cluster to use new features, continue on with the following steps.
Once the following steps are performed, downgrading will not be possible.
ozone admin scm finalizeupgrade
At this point, SCM will tell all of the datanodes to finalize. Once SCM has finalized enough datanodes to form a write pipeline, it will return that finalization was successful. The remaining pre-finalized datanodes will be in a read-only state until they indicate to SCM that they have finalized. Write requests will be directed to finalized datanodes only.
ozone admin om finalizeupgrade -id=<om-service-id>
At this point, the cluster is finalized and the upgrade is complete.
Below is a list of backwards incompatible features and the version in which they were introduced. These features can only be used on a finalized ozone cluster with at least the specified version. Run
ozone version to get the current version of your Ozone cluster.