Viewing restore logs

This page describes how you can check the restore job logs and use grep to look for error to make sure the restore log has no errors.

Verifying completion

Use the following command to check if the restore operation completed:

kubectl get pods -n apigee

The output is similar to the following:

NAME                           READY     STATUS      RESTARTS   AGE
apigee-cassandra-default-0     1/1       Running     0          1h
apigee-cassandra-default-1     1/1       Running     0          1h
apigee-cassandra-default-2     1/1       Running     0          59m
apigee-cassandra-restore-b4lgf 0/1       Completed   0          51m

Viewing restore logs

To view the restore logs of a Kubernetes pod, run the kubectl logs -f <pod_name> -n <namespace> command. For example:

kubectl logs -f apigee-cassandra-restore-b4lgf -n apigee

The output is similar to the following:

Restore Logs:

Activated service account credentials for: [apigee-cassandra-backup-svc@gce-myusername.iam.gserviceaccount.com]
to download file gs://gce-myusername-apigee-cassandra-backup/apigeecluster/dc-1/backup_20190405011309_schema.tgz
INFO: download successfully extracted the backup files from gs://gce-myusername-apigee-cassandra-backup/apigeecluster/dc-1
finished downloading schema.cql
to create schema from 10.32.0.28

Warnings :
dclocal_read_repair_chance table option has been deprecated and will be removed in version 4.0

dclocal_read_repair_chance table option has been deprecated and will be removed in version 4.0


Warnings :
dclocal_read_repair_chance table option has been deprecated and will be removed in version 4.0

dclocal_read_repair_chance table option has been deprecated and will be removed in version 4.0

INFO: the schema has been restored
starting apigee-cassandra-default-0 in default
starting apigee-cassandra-default-1 in default
starting apigee-cassandra-default-2 in default
84 95 106
waiting on waiting nodes $pid to finish  84
Activated service account credentials for: [apigee-cassandra-backup-svc@gce-myusername.iam.gserviceaccount.com]
Activated service account credentials for: [apigee-cassandra-backup-svc@gce-myusername.iam.gserviceaccount.com]
Activated service account credentials for: [apigee-cassandra-backup-svc@gce-myusername.iam.gserviceaccount.com]
INFO: restore downloaded  tarball and extracted the file from  gs://gce-myusername-apigee-cassandra-backup/apigeecluster/dc-1
INFO: restore downloaded  tarball and extracted the file from  gs://gce-myusername-apigee-cassandra-backup/apigeecluster/dc-1
INFO: restore downloaded  tarball and extracted the file from  gs://gce-myusername-apigee-cassandra-backup/apigeecluster/dc-1
INFO  12:02:28 Configuration location: file:/etc/cassandra/cassandra.yaml
…...

INFO  12:02:41 [Stream #e013ee80-5863-11e9-8458-353e9e3cb7f9] All sessions completed

Summary statistics:
   Connections per host    : 3
   Total files transferred : 2
   Total bytes transferred : 0.378KiB
   Total duration          : 5048 ms
   Average transfer rate   : 0.074KiB/s
   Peak transfer rate      : 0.075KiB/s

progress: [/10.32.1.1.6]0:1/1 100% 1:1/1 100% [/10.32.0.28]1:1/1 100% 0:1/1 100% [/10.32.3.220]0:1/1 100% 1:1/1 100% total: 100% 0.000KiB/s (avg: 0.074KiB/s)
INFO  12:02:41 [Stream #e013ee80-5863-11e9-8458-353e9e3cb7f9] All sessions completed
progress: [/10.32.1.1.6]0:1/1 100% 1:1/1 100% [/10.32.0.28]1:1/1 100% 0:1/1 100% [/10.32.3.220]0:1/1 100% 1:1/1 100% total: 100% 0.000KiB/s (avg: 0.074KiB/s)
INFO  12:02:41 [Stream #e013ee80-5863-11e9-8458-353e9e3cb7f9] All sessions completed
INFO  12:02:41 [Stream #e013ee80-5863-11e9-8458-353e9e3cb7f9] All sessions completed
INFO: ./apigee/data/cassandra/data/ks1/user-9fbae960571411e99652c7b15b2db6cc restored successfully
INFO: Restore 20190405011309 completed
INFO: ./apigee/data/cassandra/data/ks1/user-9fbae960571411e99652c7b15b2db6cc restored successfully
INFO: Restore 20190405011309 completed
waiting on waiting nodes $pid to finish  106
Restore finished

Validating restore

Validate your restoration by testing the IP address of your ingress and testing it with some traffic.

  1. Get the EXTERNAL-IP with the following command:
    kubectl get svc -n istio-system
    NAME                       TYPE           CLUSTER-IP     EXTERNAL-IP    PORT(S)                                                                      AGE
    istio-ingressgateway       LoadBalancer   10.11.123.45   34.56.78.90   15021:32225/TCP,80:32208/TCP,443:31942/TCP,15012:32689/TCP,15443:31936/TCP   1d
    
  2. On the command line, get or refresh your gcloud authentication credentials, as the following example shows:

    TOKEN=$(gcloud auth print-access-token)
  3. Test the ingress using an existing apiproxy deployed in your apigee environment along with API key or access token:
    Curl -v https://EXTERNAL-IP/basepath -H 'envgroup hostalias'

    For example:

    curl -v 'https://example.com/oauth/client_credential' \
      --resolve edgehybrid-staging-func-runtime-wf.hybrid.e2e.apigeeks.net:443:34.56.78.90 \
      -H 'Authorization: Bearer ${TOKEN}'

DNS Configuration for new cluster and traffic cutover

Once you are satisfied with validation, redirect the traffic to the new cluster and change the dns entry to new ingress EXTERNAL-IP address.