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Ambari Infra Solr Client

CLI helper tool(s) for Ambari Infra Solr.

Post Ambari Server Upgrade (Ambari 2.7.x)

Ambari Infra Solr uses Solr 7 from Ambari 2.7.0, therefore it is required migrate Solr 5 index (Ambari Infra 2.6.x), if you want to keep your old data. (otherwise backup part can be skipped)

Contents:

I. Upgrade Ambari Infra Solr Client

Prerequisites:
  • Upgrade Ambari server
  • Make sure Solrs are up and running
  • Do NOT restart Infra Solr after Ambari server upgrade (if you do, see this)
  • There will be a small time window between backup collections and deleting collections - Ranger plugins will operate during that time, that means you can loose data during that time period. If that means a big problem in order to avoid that, you can enable to auudit to HDFS for that time.

First make sure ambari-infra-solr-client is the latest. (If its before 2.7.x) It will contain the migrationHelper.py script at /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client location. Also make sure you won't upgrade ambari-infra-solr until the migration has not done. (all of this should happen after ambari-server upgrade, also make sure to not restart INFRA_SOLR instances).

For upgrading ambari-infra-solr-client ssh into a host (where there is an ambari=infra-solr located as well):

# For RHEL/CentOS/Oracle Linux:

yum clean all
yum upgrade ambari-infra-solr-client

# For SLES:

zypper clean
zypper up ambari-infra-solr-client

# For Ubuntu/Debian:

apt-get clean all
apt-get update
apt-get install ambari-infra-solr-client

You will need to repeat that step on every other host where ambari-infra-solr-client is installed or optionally you can skip ambari-infra-solr-client upgrade on all host, and you can do that after the end of the next step, see here.

II. Gather required Ambari and Solr parameters

At the start, it is required to create a proper configuration input for the migration helper script. That can be done with /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationConfigGenerator.py script. Choose one of the Solr server host, and ssh there and run (with proper ambari-server configurations as flags):

# use a sudoer user for running the script !!
CONFIG_INI_LOCATION=ambari_solr_migration.ini # output of the script with required parameters for migrationHelper.py
# note 1: use -s if ambari-server uses https
# note 2: use --shared-driver if the backup location is shared for different hosts
# note 3: use --hdfs-base-path if the index data is located on hdfs (or --ranger-hdfs-base-path if only ranger collection is located there), e.g.: /user/infra-solr
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationConfigGenerator.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --host c7401.ambari.apache.org --port 8080 --cluster cl1 --username admin --password admin --backup-base-path=/my/path --java-home /usr/jdk64/jdk1.8.0_112

Some important flags that can be added at this point;

  • --shared-drive : Use this flag if the location of the backup is shared between hosts (it will generate the index location as <index_location>, therefore migration commands can be parallel on different hosts)
  • --backup-base-path: base path of the backup. e.g. if you provide /my/path, the backup locations will be /my/path/ranger and /my/path/atlas, if the base path won't be the same for these, you can provie Ranger or Atlas specific ones with --ranger-backup-base-path and --atlas-backup-base-path
  • --hdfs-base-path: use this if index is stored hdfs (that does not mean that the backup is stored on hdfs, it is only the index location), that is applied for all index, most of the time that is only used for ranger, so if that is the case ose --ranger-hdfs-base-path instead of this option, the value is mostly /user/infra-solr which means the collection itself could be at hdfs:///user/infra-solr/ranger_audits location (IMPORTANT NOTE: if ranger index is stored on hdfs, make sure to use the proper -Dsolr.hdfs.security.kerberos.principal in infra-solr-env/content config, by default it points to the Infra Solr principal, but if it was set to something else before, that needs to be changed to that)

The generated config file output could be something like that:

[ambari_server]
host = c7401.ambari.apache.org
port = 8080
cluster = cl1
protocol = http
username = admin
password = admin

[local]
java_home = /usr/jdk64/jdk1.8.0_112/
hostname = c7402.ambari.apache.org
shared_drive = false

[cluster]
kerberos_enabled = true

[infra_solr]
protocol = http
hosts = c7402.ambari.apache.org,c7403.ambari.apache.org
port = 8886
zk_connect_string = c7401.ambari.apache.org:2181
znode = /infra-solr
user = infra-solr
keytab = /etc/security/keytabs/ambari-infra-solr.service.keytab
principal = infra-solr/c7402.ambari.apache.org
zk_principal_user = zookeeper

[ranger_collection]
enabled = true
ranger_config_set_name = ranger_audits
ranger_collection_name = ranger_audits
ranger_collection_shards = 2
ranger_collection_max_shards_per_node = 4
backup_ranger_config_set_name = old_ranger_audits
backup_ranger_collection_name = old_ranger_audits
backup_path = /my/path/ranger

[atlas_collections]
enabled = true
config_set = atlas_configs
fulltext_index_name = fulltext_index
fulltext_index_shards = 2
fulltext_index_max_shards_per_node = 4
edge_index_name = edge_index
edge_index_shards = 2
edge_index_max_shards_per_node = 4
vertex_index_name = vertex_index
vertex_index_shards = 2
vertex_index_max_shards_per_node = 4
backup_fulltext_index_name = old_fulltext_index
backup_edge_index_name = old_edge_index
backup_vertex_index_name = old_vertex_index
backup_path = /my/path/atlas

[logsearch_collections]
enabled = true
hadoop_logs_collection_name = hadoop_logs
audit_logs_collection_name = audit_logs
history_collection_name = history

(NOTE: if Infra Solr is external from Ranger perspective and the Solr instances are not even located in the cluster, migrationConfigGenerator.py needs to be executed on the Infra Solr cluuster, then it won't find the Ranger service, so you will need to fill the Ranger parameters in the configuration ini file manually.`)

After the file has created successfully by the script, review the configuration (e.g.: if 1 of the Solr is not up yet, and you do not want to use its REST API for operations, you can remove its host from the hosts of infra_solr section or you can change backup locations for different collections etc.). Also if it's not required to backup e.g. Atlas collections (so you are ok to drop those), you can change the enabled config of the collections section to false.

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(Optional) Upgrade All ambari-infra-solr packages

If you did not upgrade ambari-infra-solr-client packages on all host, you can do that from the host where you are, to send a command to Ambari to do that on every host where there is an INFRA_SOLR_CLIENT component located:

CONFIG_INI_LOCATION=ambari_solr_migration.ini
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action upgrade-solr-clients

III. Backup collections (Ambari 2.6.x to Ambari 2.7.x)

Prerequisites:
  • Check the Solr instances are running and also make sure you have stable shards (at least one core is up and running)
  • Have enough space on the disks to store Solr backup data

The backup process contains a few steps: backup ranger configs on znode, backup collections, delete Log Search znodes, then upgrade managed-schema znode for Ranger. These tasks can be done with 1 migrationHelper.py command:

# use a sudoer user for running the script !!
# first (optionally) you can check that there are any ACTIVE relplicas for all the shards
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action check-shards
# then run backup-and-cleanup ... you can run these actions separately with these action: 'backup','delete-collections', 'cleanup-znodes'
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action backup-and-cleanup

If the script finished successfully and everything looks green on Ambari UI as well, you can go ahead with Infra Solr package upgrade. Otherwise (or if you want to go step by step instead of the command above) you have to option to run tasks step by step (or manually as well). Those tasks are found in the next sections.

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III/1. Backup Ranger collection

The migrationHelper.py script can be used to backup only Ranger collection (use -s option to filter on services)

/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action backup -s RANGER

Also you can do the backup manually on every Solr node, by using backup API of Solr. (use against core names, not collection name, it works as expected only if you have 1 shard on every node)

Example:


su infra-solr SOLR_URL=... # actual solr host url, example: http://c6401.ambari.apache.org:8886/solr # collection parameters BACKUP_PATH=... # backup location, e.g.: /tmp/ranger-backup # RUN THIS FOR EVERY CORE ON SPECIFIC HOSTS !!! BACKUP_CORE=... # specific core on a host BACKUP_CORE_NAME=... # core names for backup -> <backup_location>/ kinit -kt /etc/security/keytabs/ambari-infra-solr.service.keytab $(whoami)/$(hostname -f) mkdir -p $BACKUP_PATH curl --negotiate -k -u : "$SOLR_URL/$BACKUP_CORE/replication?command=BACKUP&location=$BACKUP_PATH&name=$BACKUP_CORE_NAME"

(help: get core names)

III/2. Backup Ranger configs on Solr ZNode

Next you can copy ranger_audits configs to a different znode, in order to keep the old schema.

export JAVA_HOME=/usr/jdk64/1.8.0_112 # or other jdk8 location
export ZK_CONN_STR=... # without znode, e.g.: myhost1:2181,myhost2:2181,myhost3:2181
# note 1: --transfer-mode copyToLocal or --transfer-mode copyFromLocal can be used if you want to use the local filesystem
# note 2: use --jaas-file option only if the cluster is kerberized
infra-solr-cloud-cli --transfer-znode -z $ZK_CONN_STR --jaas-file /etc/ambari-infra-solr/conf/infra_solr_jaas.conf --copy-src /infra-solr/configs/ranger_audits --copy-dest /infra-solr/configs/old_ranger_audits

III/3. Delete Ranger collection

At this point you can delete the actual Ranger collection with this command:

/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action delete-collections -s RANGER

Or do it manually by the Solr API:

su infra-solr # infra-solr user - if you have a custom one, use that
SOLR_URL=... # example: http://c6401.ambari.apache.org:8886/solr
COLLECTION_NAME=ranger_audits

# use kinit and --negotiate option for curl only if the cluster is kerberized
kinit -kt /etc/security/keytabs/ambari-infra-solr.service.keytab $(whoami)/$(hostname -f)

curl --negotiate -k -u : "$SOLR_URL/admin/collections?action=DELETE&name=$COLLECTION_NAME"

III/4. Upgrade Ranger Solr schema

Before creating the new Ranger collection, it is required to upgrade managed-schema configs.

/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action cleanup-znodes -s RANGER

It can be done manually by infra-solr-cloud-cli as well:

sudo -u infra-solr -i

# If kerberos enabled
kinit -kt /etc/security/keytabs/ambari-infra-solr.service.keytab $(whoami)/$(hostname -f)

## BACKUP OLD CONFIG
export JAVA_HOME=/usr/jdk64/1.8.0_112 # or other jdk8 location
export ZK_CONN_STR=... # without znode, e.g.: myhost1:2181,myhost2:2181,myhost3:2181
# note: --transfer-mode copyToLocal or --transfer-mode copyFromLocal can be used if you want to use the local filesystem
infra-solr-cloud-cli --transfer-znode -z $ZK_CONN_STR --jaas-file /etc/ambari-infra-solr/conf/infra_solr_jaas.conf --copy-src /infra-solr/configs/ranger_audits --copy-dest /infra-solr/configs/old_ranger_audits
## UPLOAD NEW SCHEMA
# Setup env for zkcli.sh
source /etc/ambari-infra-solr/conf/infra-solr-env.sh
# Run that command only if kerberos is enabled.
export SOLR_ZK_CREDS_AND_ACLS="${SOLR_AUTHENTICATION_OPTS}"

# Upload the new schema
/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr/server/scripts/cloud-scripts/zkcli.sh --zkhost "${ZK_HOST}" -cmd putfile /configs/ranger_audits/managed-schema /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrate/managed-schema

III/5. Backup Atlas collections

Atlas has 3 collections: fulltext_index, edge_index, vertex_index. You will need to do similar steps that you did for Ranger, only difference is you will need to filter ATLAS service.

/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action backup -s ATLAS

Also you can do the backup manually on every Solr node, by using backup API of Solr. (use against core names, not collection name, it works as expected only if you have 1 shard on every node)

Example:


su infra-solr SOLR_URL=... # actual solr host url, example: http://c6401.ambari.apache.org:8886/solr # collection parameters BACKUP_PATH=... # backup location, e.g.: /tmp/fulltext_index_backup # RUN THIS FOR EVERY CORE ON SPECIFIC HOSTS !!! BACKUP_CORE=... # specific core on a host BACKUP_CORE_NAME=... # core names for backup -> <backup_location>/ kinit -kt /etc/security/keytabs/ambari-infra-solr.service.keytab $(whoami)/$(hostname -f) mkdir -p $BACKUP_PATH curl --negotiate -k -u : "$SOLR_URL/$BACKUP_CORE/replication?command=BACKUP&location=$BACKUP_PATH&name=$BACKUP_CORE_NAME"

(help: get core names)

III/6. Delete Atlas collections

Next step for Atlas is to delete all 3 old collections. It can be done by delete-collections action with ATLAS filter.

/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action delete-collections -s ATLAS

Or manually run DELETE operation with 3 Solr API call on all 3 Atlas collections:

su infra-solr # infra-solr user - if you have a custom one, use that
SOLR_URL=... # example: http://c6401.ambari.apache.org:8886/solr

# use kinit and --negotiate option for curl only if the cluster is kerberized
kinit -kt /etc/security/keytabs/ambari-infra-solr.service.keytab $(whoami)/$(hostname -f)

COLLECTION_NAME=fulltext_index
curl --negotiate -k -u : "$SOLR_URL/admin/collections?action=DELETE&name=$COLLECTION_NAME"
COLLECTION_NAME=edge_index
curl --negotiate -k -u : "$SOLR_URL/admin/collections?action=DELETE&name=$COLLECTION_NAME"
COLLECTION_NAME=vertex_index
curl --negotiate -k -u : "$SOLR_URL/admin/collections?action=DELETE&name=$COLLECTION_NAME"

III/7. Delete Log Search collections

For Log Search, it is a must to delete all the old collections. Can be done similar way as for Ranger or Atlas:

/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action delete-collections -s LOGSEARCH

Or manually run Solr API DELETE commands here as well:

su infra-solr # infra-solr user - if you have a custom one, use that
SOLR_URL=... # example: http://c6401.ambari.apache.org:8886/solr

# use kinit and --negotiate option for curl only if the cluster is kerberized
kinit -kt /etc/security/keytabs/ambari-infra-solr.service.keytab $(whoami)/$(hostname -f)

COLLECTION_NAME=hadoop_logs
curl --negotiate -k -u : "$SOLR_URL/admin/collections?action=DELETE&name=$COLLECTION_NAME"
COLLECTION_NAME=audit_logs
curl --negotiate -k -u : "$SOLR_URL/admin/collections?action=DELETE&name=$COLLECTION_NAME"
COLLECTION_NAME=history
curl --negotiate -k -u : "$SOLR_URL/admin/collections?action=DELETE&name=$COLLECTION_NAME"

III/8. Delete Log Search Solr configs

Log Search configs are changed a lot between Ambari 2.6.x and Ambari 2.7.x, so it is required to delete those as well. (configs will be regenerated during Log Search startup)

/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action cleanup-znodes -s LOGSEARCH

You can delete the znodes by zookeeper-client as well:

su infra-solr # infra-solr user - if you have a custom one, use that
# ZOOKEEPER CONNECTION STRING from zookeeper servers
export ZK_CONN_STR=... # without znode,e.g.: myhost1:2181,myhost2:2181,myhost3:2181

kinit -kt /etc/security/keytabs/ambari-infra-solr.service.keytab $(whoami)/$(hostname -f)

zookeeper-client -server $ZK_CONN_STR rmr /infra-solr/configs/hadoop_logs
zookeeper-client -server $ZK_CONN_STR rmr /infra-solr/configs/audit_logs
zookeeper-client -server $ZK_CONN_STR rmr /infra-solr/configs/history

IV. Upgrade Infra Solr packages

At this step, you will need to upgrade ambari-infra-solr packages. (also make sure ambari-logsearch* packages are upgraded as well)

You can do that through ambari commands with the migrationHelper.py script (that means you wont need to ssh into every Infra Solr instance host):

/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action upgrade-solr-instances
# same can be done for logfeeders and logsearch portals if required:
# just use '--action upgrade-logsearch-portal' or '--action upgrade-logfeeders'

That runs a package remove and a package install.

Or the usual way is to run these commands on every host where ambari-infra-solr packages are located:

# For RHEL/CentOS/Oracle Linux:

yum clean all
yum upgrade ambari-infra-solr

# For SLES:

zypper clean
zypper up ambari-infra-solr

# For Ubuntu/Debian:

apt-get clean all
apt-get update
apt-get install ambari-infra-solr

After the packages are updated, Solr instances can be restarted. It can be done from the UI or from command line as well:

/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action restart-solr

V. Re-create collections

Restart Ranger Admin / Atlas / Log Search Ambari service, as the collections were deleted before, during startup, new collections will be created (as a Solr 7 collection). This can be done through the UI or with the following commands:

# if Ranger installed on the cluster
/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action restart-ranger
# if Atlas installed on the cluster
/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action restart-atlas
# If LogSearch installed on the cluster
/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action restart-logsearch

At this point you can stop, and do the migration / restore later (until you will have the backup), and go ahead with e.g. HDP upgrade. (migration part can take long - 1GB/min.)

VI. Migrate Solr Collections

From this point, you can migrate your old index in the background. On every hosts, where there is a backup located, you can run luce index migration tool (packaged with ambari-infra-solr-client).. For lucene index migration, migrationHelper.py can be used, or /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/solrIndexHelper.sh directly. That script uses IndexMigrationTool The whole migration can be done with execuing 1 command;

# use a sudoer user for running the script !!
# you can use this command with nohup in the background, like: `nohup <command> > nohup2.out&`, as migration can take so much time (~1GB/min)
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action migrate

If the script finished successfully and everything looks green on Ambari UI as well, you can go ahead with Restore collections. Otherwise (or if you want to go step by step instead of the command above) you have to option to run tasks step by step (or manually as well). Those tasks are found in the next sections.

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VI/1. Migrate Ranger collections

Migration for ranger_audits collection (cores):

# by default, you will mirate to Lucene 6.6.2, if you want to migrate again to Solr 7 (not requred), you can use --version 7.6.0 flag
/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action migrate -s RANGER

Or you can run commands manually on nodes where your backups are located:


export JAVA_HOME=/usr/jdk64/1.8.0_112 # if /tmp/ranger-backup is your backup location infra-lucene-index-tool upgrade-index -d /tmp/ranger-backup -f -b -g # with 'infra-lucene-index-tool help' command you can checkout the command line options

By default, the tool will migrate from lucene version 5 to lucene version 6.6.2. (that's ok for Solr 7) If you want a lucene 7 index, you will need to re-run the migration tool command with -v 7.6.0 option.

VI/2. Migrate Atlas collections

As Atlas has 3 collections, you will need similar steps that is required for Ranger, just for all 3 collections. (fulltext_index, edge_index, vertex_index)

/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action migrate -s ATLAS

Or you can run commands manually on nodes where your backups are located:


export JAVA_HOME=/usr/jdk64/1.8.0_112 # if /tmp/fulltext_index_backup is your backup location infra-lucene-index-tool upgrade-index -d /tmp/fulltext_index_backup -f -b -g # with 'infra-lucene-index-tool help' command you can checkout the command line options

By default, the tool will migrate from lucene version 5 to lucene version 6.6.2. (that's ok for Solr 7) If you want a lucene 7 index, you will need to re-run the migration tool command with -v 7.6.0 option.

VII. Restore Collections

For restoring the old collections, first you will need to create them. As those collections could be not listed in the security.json of Infra Solr, you can get 403 errors if you will try to access those collections later, for that time until you are doing the restoring + transport solr data to another collections, you can trun off the Solr authorization plugin.

The collection creation and restore part can be done with 1 command:

# use a sudoer user for running the script !!
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action restore --keep-backup

If the script finished successfully and everything looks green on Ambari UI as well, you can go ahead with Restart Solr Instances. Otherwise (or if you want to go step by step instead of the command above) you have to option to run tasks step by step (or manually as well). Those tasks are found in the next sections.

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VII/1. Restore Old Ranger collection

After lucene data migration is finished, you can restore your replicas on every hosts where you have the backups. But we need to restore the old data to a new collection, so first you will need to create that: (on a host where you have an installed Infra Solr component). For Ranger, use old_ranger_audits config set that you backup up during Solr schema config upgrade step. (set this as CONFIG_NAME), to make that collection to work with Solr 7, you need to copy your solrconfig.xml as well. That can be done with executing the following command:

/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action restore -s RANGER

Or you can manually create a collection for restoring the backup (old_ranger_audits)

su infra-solr # infra-solr user - if you have a custom one, use that
SOLR_URL=... # example: http://c6401.ambari.apache.org:8886/solr
NUM_SHARDS=... # use that number that was used for the old collection - important to use at least that many that you have originally before backup
NUM_REP=1 # can be more, but 1 is recommended for that temp collection
MAX_SHARDS_PER_NODE=... # use that number that was used for the old collection
CONFIG_NAME=old_ranger_audits
OLD_DATA_COLLECTION=old_ranger_audits

# kinit only if kerberos is enabled for tha cluster
kinit -kt /etc/security/keytabs/ambari-infra-solr.service.keytab $(whoami)/$(hostname -f)

export JAVA_HOME=/usr/jdk64/1.8.0_112 # or other jdk8 location
export ZK_CONN_STR=... # without znode, e.g.: myhost1:2181,myhost2:2181,myhost3:2181

# note 1: jaas-file option required only if kerberos is enabled for the cluster
# note 2: copy new solrconfig.xml as the old one won't be compatible with solr 7
infra-solr-cloud-cli --transfer-znode -z $ZK_CONN_STR --jaas-file /etc/ambari-infra-solr/conf/infra_solr_jaas.conf --copy-src /infra-solr/configs/ranger_audits/solrconfig.xml --copy-dest /infra-solr/configs/old_ranger_audits/solrconfig.xml

curl --negotiate -k -u : "$SOLR_URL/admin/collections?action=CREATE&name=$OLD_DATA_COLLECTION&numShards=$NUM_SHARDS&replicationFactor=$NUM_REP&maxShardsPerNode=$MAX_SHARDS_PER_NODE&collection.configName=$CONFIG_NAME"

Then restore the cores with Solr REST API: (get core names)

su infra-solr
SOLR_URL=... # actual solr host url, example: http://c6401.ambari.apache.org:8886/solr
BACKUP_PATH=... # backup location, e.g.: /tmp/ranger-backup

OLD_BACKUP_COLLECTION_CORE=... # choose a core to restore
BACKUP_CORE_NAME=... # choose a core from backup cores - you can find these names as : <backup_location>/snapshot.$BACKUP_CORE_NAME

kinit -kt /etc/security/keytabs/ambari-infra-solr.service.keytab $(whoami)/$(hostname -f)
curl --negotiate -k -u : "$SOLR_URL/$OLD_BACKUP_COLLECTION_CORE/replication?command=RESTORE&location=$BACKUP_PATH&name=$BACKUP_CORE_NAME"

Or use simple cp or hdfs dfs -put commands to copy the migrated cores to the right places.

VII/2. Restore Old Atlas collections

For Atlas, use old_ prefix for all 3 collections that you need to create and use atlas_configs config set, then use those for restore the backups;

/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action restore -s ATLAS

Or you can do the create collection and restore collections (cores) step by step:

Create a collection for restoring the backup (old_fulltext_index, old_vertex_index, old_edge_index)

su infra-solr # infra-solr user - if you have a custom one, use that
SOLR_URL=... # example: http://c6401.ambari.apache.org:8886/solr
NUM_SHARDS=... # use that number that was used for the old collection - important to use at least that many that you have originally before backup
NUM_REP=1 # use 1!
MAX_SHARDS_PER_NODE=... # use that number that was used for the old collection
CONFIG_NAME=atlas_configs

# kinit only if kerberos is enabled for tha cluster
kinit -kt /etc/security/keytabs/ambari-infra-solr.service.keytab $(whoami)/$(hostname -f)

OLD_DATA_COLLECTION=old_fulltext_index
curl --negotiate -k -u : "$SOLR_URL/admin/collections?action=CREATE&name=$OLD_DATA_COLLECTION&numShards=$NUM_SHARDS&replicationFactor=$NUM_REP&maxShardsPerNode=$MAX_SHARDS_PER_NODE&collection.configName=$CONFIG_NAME"
OLD_DATA_COLLECTION=old_edge_index
curl --negotiate -k -u : "$SOLR_URL/admin/collections?action=CREATE&name=$OLD_DATA_COLLECTION&numShards=$NUM_SHARDS&replicationFactor=$NUM_REP&maxShardsPerNode=$MAX_SHARDS_PER_NODE&collection.configName=$CONFIG_NAME"
OLD_DATA_COLLECTION=old_vertex_index
curl --negotiate -k -u : "$SOLR_URL/admin/collections?action=CREATE&name=$OLD_DATA_COLLECTION&numShards=$NUM_SHARDS&replicationFactor=$NUM_REP&maxShardsPerNode=$MAX_SHARDS_PER_NODE&collection.configName=$CONFIG_NAME"

Also you can manually run restore commands: (get core names)

su infra-solr
SOLR_URL=... # actual solr host url, example: http://c6401.ambari.apache.org:8886/solr
BACKUP_PATH=... # backup location, e.g.: /tmp/fulltext_index-backup

OLD_BACKUP_COLLECTION_CORE=... # choose a core to restore
BACKUP_CORE_NAME=... # choose a core from backup cores - you can find these names as : <backup_location>/snapshot.$BACKUP_CORE_NAME

kinit -kt /etc/security/keytabs/ambari-infra-solr.service.keytab $(whoami)/$(hostname -f)
curl --negotiate -k -u : "$SOLR_URL/$OLD_BACKUP_COLLECTION_CORE/replication?command=RESTORE&location=$BACKUP_PATH&name=$BACKUP_CORE_NAME"

Or use simple cp or hdfs dfs -put commands to copy the migrated cores to the right places.

VIII. Restart Infra Solr instances

Next step is to restart Solr instances. That can be done on the Ambari UI, or optionally you can use the migrationHelper script for that as well (rolling restart)

# --batch-interval -> interval between restart solr tasks
/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action rolling-restart-solr --batch-interval 60

IX. Transport old data to new collections

Last step (that can be done any time, as you already have your data in Solr) is to transport all data from the backup collections to the live ones. It can be done by running transport-old-data action by migration helper script:

# working directory is under '/tmp/solrDataManager' folder
/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action transport-old-data

Or in the next few steps, you can see what needs to be done manually to transport old Ranger and Atlas Solr data to active collections.

IX/1. Transport old data to Ranger collection

In the end, you end up with 2 collections (ranger_audits and old_ranger_audits), in order to drop the restored one, you will need to transfer your old data to the new collection. To achieve this, you can use solrDataManager.py, which is located next to the migrationHelper.py script

# Init values:
SOLR_URL=... # example: http://c6401.ambari.apache.org:8886/solr

END_DATE=... # example: 2018-02-18T12:00:00.000Z , date until you export data

OLD_COLLECTION=old_ranger_audits
ACTIVE_COLLECTION=ranger_audits
EXCLUDE_FIELDS=_version_ # comma separated exclude fields, at least _version_ is required

# provide these with -k and -n options only if kerberos is enabled for Infra Solr !!!
INFRA_SOLR_KEYTAB=... # example: /etc/security/keytabs/ambari-infra-solr.service.keytab
INFRA_SOLR_PRINCIPAL=... # example: infra-solr/$(hostname -f)@EXAMPLE.COM

DATE_FIELD=evtTime
# infra-solr-data-manager is a symlink points to /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/solrDataManager.py
infra-solr-data-manager -m archive -v -c $OLD_COLLECTION -s $SOLR_URL -z none -r 10000 -w 100000 -f $DATE_FIELD -e $END_DATE --solr-output-collection $ACTIVE_COLLECTION -k $INFRA_SOLR_KEYTAB -n $INFRA_SOLR_PRINCIPAL --exclude-fields $EXCLUDE_FIELDS

# Or if you want to run the command in the background (with log and pid file):
nohup infra-solr-data-manager -m archive -v -c $OLD_COLLECTION -s $SOLR_URL -z none -r 10000 -w 100000 -f $DATE_FIELD -e $END_DATE --solr-output-collection $ACTIVE_COLLECTION -k $INFRA_SOLR_KEYTAB -n $INFRA_SOLR_PRINCIPAL --exclude-fields $EXCLUDE_FIELDS > /tmp/solr-data-mgr.log 2>&1 & echo $! > /tmp/solr-data-mgr.pid

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IX/2. Transport old data to Atlas collections

In the end, you end up with 6 Atlas collections (vertex_index, old_vertex_index, edge_index, old_edge_index, fulltext_index, old_fulltext_index ... old_* collections will only exist if there was a restore against a non-empty collections, that means you won't need to transfer data if there is no old_* pair for a specific collection), in order to drop the restored one, you will need to transfer your old data to the new collection. To achieve this, you can use solrDataManager.py, which is located next to the migrationHelper.py script. Here, the script usage will be a bit different as we cannot provide a proper date/timestamp field, so during the data transfer, the records will be sorted only by id. (to do this it will be needed to use --skip-date-usage flag)

Example: (with vertex_index, to the same with edge_index and fulltext_index, most likely at least edge_index will be empty)

# Init values:
SOLR_URL=... # example: http://c6401.ambari.apache.org:8886/solr

OLD_COLLECTION=old_vertex_index
ACTIVE_COLLECTION=vertex_index
EXCLUDE_FIELDS=_version_ # comma separated exclude fields, at least _version_ is required

# provide these with -k and -n options only if kerberos is enabled for Infra Solr !!!
INFRA_SOLR_KEYTAB=... # example: /etc/security/keytabs/ambari-infra-solr.service.keytab
INFRA_SOLR_PRINCIPAL=... # example: infra-solr/$(hostname -f)@EXAMPLE.COM

# infra-solr-data-manager is a symlink points to /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/solrDataManager.py
infra-solr-data-manager -m archive -v -c $OLD_COLLECTION -s $SOLR_URL -z none -r 10000 -w 100000 --skip-date-usage --solr-output-collection $ACTIVE_COLLECTION -k $INFRA_SOLR_KEYTAB -n $INFRA_SOLR_PRINCIPAL --exclude-fields $EXCLUDE_FIELDS

# Or if you want to run the command in the background (with log and pid file):
nohup infra-solr-data-manager -m archive -v -c $OLD_COLLECTION -s $SOLR_URL -z none -r 10000 -w 100000 --skip-date-usage --solr-output-collection $ACTIVE_COLLECTION -k $INFRA_SOLR_KEYTAB -n $INFRA_SOLR_PRINCIPAL --exclude-fields $EXCLUDE_FIELDS > /tmp/solr-data-mgr.log 2>&1 & echo $! > /tmp/solr-data-mgr.pid

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Happy path

Happy path steps are mainly for automation.

1. Generate migration config

Generate ini config first for the migration, after running the following script, review the ini file content.

CONFIG_INI_LOCATION=ambari_migration.ini
BACKUP_BASE_PATH=/tmp
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationConfigGenerator.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --host c7401.ambari.apache.org -port 8080 --cluster cl1 --username admin --password admin --backup-base-path=$BACKUP_BASE_PATH --java-home /usr/jdk64/jdk1.8.0_112
2.a) Do backup-migrate-restore

For doing a backup + cleanup, then later migrate + restore, use the following commands:

/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/ambariSolrMigration.sh --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --mode backup
/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/ambariSolrMigration.sh --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --mode delete --skip-solr-client-upgrade
# go ahead with HDP upgrade or anything else, then if you have resource / time (recommended to use nohup as migrate part can take a lot of time):
/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/ambariSolrMigration.sh --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --mode migrate-restore # you can use --keep-backup option, it will keep the backup data, it's more safe but you need enough pace for that

Or you can execute these commands together (if you won't go with HDP upgrade after backup):

/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/ambariSolrMigration.sh --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --mode all

Which is equivalent will execute the following migrationHelper.py commands:

/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action upgrade-solr-clients
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action backup-and-cleanup
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action upgrade-solr-instances
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action upgrade-logsearch-portal
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action upgrade-logfeeders
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action restart-solr
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action restart-logsearch
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action restart-ranger
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action restart-atlas
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action migrate
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action restore
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action rolling-restart-solr
2.b) Do delete only if backup is not required

For only cleanup collections, execute this script:

/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/ambariSolrMigration.sh --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --mode delete

Which is equivalent will execute the following migrationHelper.py commands:

/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action upgrade-solr-clients
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action delete-collections
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action upgrade-solr-instances
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action upgrade-logsearch-portal
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action upgrade-logfeeders
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action restart-solr
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action restart-logsearch
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action restart-ranger
/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action restart-atlas
3. Transport Solr data from old collections to active collections (optional)

Run this command to transport old data to active collections:

# recommended to use with nohup as that command can take long time as well
# working directory is under '/tmp/solrDataManager' folder
/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/ambariSolrMigration.sh --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --mode transport

Or see transport old data to new collections step

APPENDIX

Additional filters for migrationHelper.py script

  • --service-filter or -s: you can filter on services for migration commands (like run against only ATLAS or RANGER), possible values: ATLAS,RANGER,LOGSEARCH
  • --skip-cores: skip specific cores from migration (can be useful if just one of it failed during restore etc.)
  • --collection or -c: run migration commands on just a specific collection (like: ranger_adits, or old_ranger_audits for restore)
  • --core-filter: can be used only for index migration, that will work as a regex filter on the snapshot core folder e.g.: “mycore” means it will be applied only on “/index/location/mycore_folder” but not on “/index/location/myother_folder”

What to do if Solr instances restarted right after Ambari upgrade but before upgrade Solr instance packages?

If you restarted Solr before backup or upgrade Solr server packages, you can fix the Solr config with the following command:

/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action fix-solr5-kerberos-config

That is basically add SOLR_KERB_NAME_RULES back to infra-solr-env/content and disable authorization for Solr. (upload a /security.json to /infra-solr znode without the authorization config, then turn manually managed /security.json on in order to not override /security.json again on Solr restart) After the command finished successfully, you will need to restart Solr instances.

But if you added SOLR_KERB_NAME_RULES config to the infra-solr-env/content, you will require to delete that after you upgraded Solr package (and before restarting them). You can do that with the fix-solr7-kerberos-config action:

/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action fix-solr7-kerberos-config

Get core / shard names with hosts

To get which hosts are related for your collections, you can check the Solr UI (using SPNEGO), or checkout get state.json details using a zookeeper-client or Solr zookeeper api to get state.json details of the collection (/solr/admin/zookeeper?detail=true&path=/collections/<collection_name>/state.json)

Turn off Infra Solr Authorization

You can turn off Solr authorization plugin with the disable-solr-authorization action (can be executed after config generation step):

/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action disable-solr-authorization

You can re-enable it with the following command: (or set infra-solr-security-json/infra_solr_security_manually_managed configuration to false, then restart Solr)

/usr/bin/python /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --ini-file $CONFIG_INI_LOCATION --action enable-solr-authorization

Solr Migration Helper Script

/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py --help

Usage: migrationHelper.py [options]

Options:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -a ACTION, --action=ACTION
                        delete-collections | backup | cleanup-znodes | backup-
                        and-cleanup | migrate | restore |'               '
                        rolling-restart-solr | rolling-restart-atlas |
                        rolling-restart-ranger | check-shards | check-backup-
                        shards | enable-solr-authorization | disable-solr-
                        authorization |'              ' fix-solr5-kerberos-
                        config | fix-solr7-kerberos-config | upgrade-solr-
                        clients | upgrade-solr-instances | upgrade-logsearch-
                        portal | upgrade-logfeeders | stop-logsearch |'
                        ' restart-solr |restart-logsearch | restart-ranger |
                        restart-atlas | transport-old-data
  -i INI_FILE, --ini-file=INI_FILE
                        Config ini file to parse (required)
  -f, --force           force index upgrade even if it's the right version
  -v, --verbose         use for verbose logging
  -s SERVICE_FILTER, --service-filter=SERVICE_FILTER
                        run commands only selected services (comma separated:
                        LOGSEARCH,ATLAS,RANGER)
  -c COLLECTION, --collection=COLLECTION
                        selected collection to run an operation
  --async               async Ambari operations (backup | restore | migrate)
  --index-location=INDEX_LOCATION
                        location of the index backups. add ranger/atlas prefix
                        after the path. required only if no backup path in the
                        ini file
  --atlas-index-location=ATLAS_INDEX_LOCATION
                        location of the index backups (for atlas). required
                        only if no backup path in the ini file
  --ranger-index-location=RANGER_INDEX_LOCATION
                        location of the index backups (for ranger). required
                        only if no backup path in the ini file
  --version=INDEX_VERSION
                        lucene index version for migration (6.6.2 or 7.6.0)
  --solr-async-request-tries=SOLR_ASYNC_REQUEST_TRIES
                        number of max tries for async Solr requests (e.g.:
                        delete operation)
  --request-tries=REQUEST_TRIES
                        number of tries for BACKUP/RESTORE status api calls in
                        the request
  --request-time-interval=REQUEST_TIME_INTERVAL
                        time interval between BACKUP/RESTORE status api calls
                        in the request
  --request-async       skip BACKUP/RESTORE status api calls from the command
  --transport-read-block-size=TRANSPORT_READ_BLOCK_SIZE
                        block size to use for reading from solr during
                        transport
  --transport-write-block-size=TRANSPORT_WRITE_BLOCK_SIZE
                        number of records in the output files during transport
  --include-solr-hosts=INCLUDE_SOLR_HOSTS
                        comma separated list of included solr hosts
  --exclude-solr-hosts=EXCLUDE_SOLR_HOSTS
                        comma separated list of excluded solr hosts
  --disable-solr-host-check
                        Disable to check solr hosts are good for the
                        collection backups
  --core-filter=CORE_FILTER
                        core filter for replica folders
  --skip-cores=SKIP_CORES
                        specific cores to skip (comma separated)
  --hdfs-base-path=HDFS_BASE_PATH
                        hdfs base path where the collections are located
                        (e.g.: /user/infrasolr). Use if both atlas and ranger
                        collections are on hdfs.
  --ranger-hdfs-base-path=RANGER_HDFS_BASE_PATH
                        hdfs base path where the ranger collection is located
                        (e.g.: /user/infra-solr). Use if only ranger
                        collection is on hdfs.
  --atlas-hdfs-base-path=ATLAS_HDFS_BASE_PATH
                        hdfs base path where the atlas collections are located
                        (e.g.: /user/infra-solr). Use if only atlas
                        collections are on hdfs.
  --keep-backup         If it is turned on, Snapshot Solr data will not be
                        deleted from the filesystem during restore.
  --batch-interval=BATCH_INTERVAL
                        batch time interval (seconds) between requests (for
                        restarting INFRA SOLR, default: 60)
  --batch-fault-tolerance=BATCH_FAULT_TOLERANCE
                        fault tolerance of tasks for batch request (for
                        restarting INFRA SOLR, default: 0)
  --shared-drive        Use if the backup location is shared between hosts.
                        (override config from config ini file)
  --skip-json-dump-files=SKIP_JSON_DUMP_FILES
                        comma separated list of files that won't be download
                        during collection dump (could be useful if it is
                        required to change something in manually in the
                        already downloaded file)
  --skip-index-size     Skip index size check for check-shards or check-
                        backup-shards
  --skip-warnings       Pass check-shards or check-backup-shards even if there
                        are warnings

Solr Migration Config Generator Script

Usage: migrationConfigGenerator.py [options]

Options:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -H HOST, --host=HOST  hostname for ambari server
  -P PORT, --port=PORT  port number for ambari server
  -c CLUSTER, --cluster=CLUSTER
                        name cluster
  -f, --force-ranger    force to get Ranger details - can be useful if Ranger
                        is configured to use external Solr (but points to
                        internal Sols)
  -s, --ssl             use if ambari server using https
  -v, --verbose         use for verbose logging
  -u USERNAME, --username=USERNAME
                        username for accessing ambari server
  -p PASSWORD, --password=PASSWORD
                        password for accessing ambari server
  -j JAVA_HOME, --java-home=JAVA_HOME
                        local java_home location
  -i INI_FILE, --ini-file=INI_FILE
                        Filename of the generated ini file for migration
                        (default: ambari_solr_migration.ini)
  --backup-base-path=BACKUP_BASE_PATH
                        base path for backup, e.g.: /tmp/backup, then
                        /tmp/backup/ranger/ and /tmp/backup/atlas/ folders
                        will be generated
  --backup-ranger-base-path=BACKUP_RANGER_BASE_PATH
                        base path for ranger backup (override backup-base-path
                        for ranger), e.g.: /tmp/backup/ranger
  --backup-atlas-base-path=BACKUP_ATLAS_BASE_PATH
                        base path for atlas backup (override backup-base-path
                        for atlas), e.g.: /tmp/backup/atlas
  --hdfs-base-path=HDFS_BASE_PATH
                        hdfs base path where the collections are located
                        (e.g.: /user/infrasolr). Use if both atlas and ranger
                        collections are on hdfs.
  --ranger-hdfs-base-path=RANGER_HDFS_BASE_PATH
                        hdfs base path where the ranger collection is located
                        (e.g.: /user/infra-solr). Use if only ranger
                        collection is on hdfs.
  --atlas-hdfs-base-path=ATLAS_HDFS_BASE_PATH
                        hdfs base path where the atlas collections are located
                        (e.g.: /user/infra-solr). Use if only atlas
                        collections are on hdfs.
  --skip-atlas          skip to gather Atlas service details
  --skip-ranger         skip to gather Ranger service details
  --retry=RETRY         number of retries during accessing random solr urls
  --delay=DELAY         delay (seconds) between retries during accessing
                        random solr urls
  --shared-drive        Use if the backup location is shared between hosts.

Solr Data Manager Script

/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/solrDataManager.py --help

Usage: solrDataManager.py [options]

Options:
  --version             show program's version number and exit
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -m MODE, --mode=MODE  archive | delete | save
  -s SOLR_URL, --solr-url=SOLR_URL
                        the url of the solr server including the port and
                        protocol
  -c COLLECTION, --collection=COLLECTION
                        the name of the solr collection
  -f FILTER_FIELD, --filter-field=FILTER_FIELD
                        the name of the field to filter on
  -r READ_BLOCK_SIZE, --read-block-size=READ_BLOCK_SIZE
                        block size to use for reading from solr
  -w WRITE_BLOCK_SIZE, --write-block-size=WRITE_BLOCK_SIZE
                        number of records in the output files
  -i ID_FIELD, --id-field=ID_FIELD
                        the name of the id field
  -o DATE_FORMAT, --date-format=DATE_FORMAT
                        the date format to use for --days
  -q ADDITIONAL_FILTER, --additional-filter=ADDITIONAL_FILTER
                        additional solr filter
  -j NAME, --name=NAME  name included in result files
  -g, --ignore-unfinished-uploading
  --json-file           create a json file instead of line delimited json
  -z COMPRESSION, --compression=COMPRESSION
                        none | tar.gz | tar.bz2 | zip | gz
  -k SOLR_KEYTAB, --solr-keytab=SOLR_KEYTAB
                        the keytab for a kerberized solr
  -n SOLR_PRINCIPAL, --solr-principal=SOLR_PRINCIPAL
                        the principal for a kerberized solr
  -a HDFS_KEYTAB, --hdfs-keytab=HDFS_KEYTAB
                        the keytab for a kerberized hdfs
  -l HDFS_PRINCIPAL, --hdfs-principal=HDFS_PRINCIPAL
                        the principal for a kerberized hdfs
  -u HDFS_USER, --hdfs-user=HDFS_USER
                        the user for accessing hdfs
  -p HDFS_PATH, --hdfs-path=HDFS_PATH
                        the hdfs path to upload to
  -t KEY_FILE_PATH, --key-file-path=KEY_FILE_PATH
                        the file that contains S3 <accessKey>,<secretKey>
  -b BUCKET, --bucket=BUCKET
                        the bucket name for S3 upload
  -y KEY_PREFIX, --key-prefix=KEY_PREFIX
                        the key prefix for S3 upload
  -x LOCAL_PATH, --local-path=LOCAL_PATH
                        the local path to save the files to
  -v, --verbose
  --solr-output-collection=SOLR_OUTPUT_COLLECTION
                        target output solr collection for archive
  --solr-output-url=SOLR_OUTPUT_URL
                        the url of the output solr server including the port
                        and protocol
  --exclude-fields=EXCLUDE_FIELDS
                        Comma separated list of excluded fields from json
                        response
  --skip-date-usage     datestamp field won't be used for queries (sort based
                        on id field)

  specifying the end of the range:
    -e END, --end=END   end of the range
    -d DAYS, --days=DAYS
                        number of days to keep

Ambari Solr Migration script

/usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/ambariSolrMigration.sh --help

Usage: /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/ambariSolrMigration.sh --mode <MODE> --ini-file <ini_file> [additional options]

   -m, --mode  <MODE>                     available migration modes: delete-only | backup-only | migrate-restore | all | transport
   -i, --ini-file <INI_FILE>              ini-file location (used by migrationHelper.py)
   -s, --migration-script-location <file> migrateHelper.py location (default: /usr/lib/ambari-infra-solr-client/migrationHelper.py)
   -w, --wait-between-steps <seconds>     wait between different migration steps in seconds (default: 15)
   -p, --python-path                      python location, default: /usr/bin/python
   -b, --batch-interval                   seconds between batch tasks for rolling restart solr at last step (default: 60)
   -k, --keep-backup                      keep backup data (more secure, useful if you have enough space for that)
   --skip-solr-client-upgrade             skip ambari-infra-solr-client package upgrades
   --skip-solr-server-upgrade             skip ambari-infra-solr package upgrades
   --skip-logsearch-upgrade               skip ambari-logsearch-portal and ambari-logsearch-logfeeder package upgrades
   --skip-warnings                        skip warnings at check-shards step
   -h, --help                             print help