You can call ListShardRecoveries to return a list of data progress about ongoing and completed part recovery. By default, information about ongoing part recovery is returned.

Note Shard recovery is the process of synchronizing from primary to secondary shards. After the restoration is complete, the secondary parts are available for searching.

Debugging

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Request headers

This operation uses only common request headers. For more information, see Common request parameters.

Request syntax


     GET /openapi/instances/[InstanceId]/cat-recovery HTTP/1.1 
   

Request parameters

Parameter Type Position Required Example Description
InstanceId String Path Yes es-cn-7mz293m9a003j****

The ID of the instance.

activeOnly Boolean Query No true

Displays the multipart data recovery tracking. The values are as follows:

  • true: displays the data recovery trace of the sharding data in progress.
  • false: displays the tracking status of all shard data recovery.

Response parameters

Parameter Type Example Description
RequestId String F99407AB-2FA9-489E-A259-40CF6DCC47D9

The ID of the request.

Result Array of Result

The return result of the video moderation task.

bytesPercent String 80%

The progress of data restoration.

bytesTotal Long 12086

The total amount of data restored.

filesPercent String 80.0%

File execution progress.

filesTotal Long 79

The total number of files.

index String my-index-000001

The name of the index.

sourceHost String 192.168.XX.XX

The IP address of the source node.

sourceNode String 2Kni3dJ

The source node.

stage String done

The status of the data recovery phase. The values are as follows:

  • done: The execution is completed.
  • finalize: cleanup.
  • index: reads index metadata and copies bytes from the source to the destination.
  • init: The recovery has not yet started.
  • start: starts the recovery.
  • translog: redo transaction logs.
targetHost String 192.168.XX.XX

The IP address of the destination node.

targetNode String YVVKLmW

The ID of the object to which you want to attach the control policy.

translogOps Long 12086

The number of Translog operations to be restored.

translogOpsPercent String 80%

Restore the progress of the Translog operation.

Examples

Sample requests


     GET /openapi/instances/es-cn-7mz293m9a003j****/cat-recovery HTTP/1.1 
   

Sample success responses

JSON format


     { "RequestId": "F99407AB-2FA9-489E-A259-40CF6DCC47D9", "Result": [ { "index": "my-index-000001", "sourceHost": "192.168.XX.XX", "sourceNode": "2Kni3dJ", "targetHost": "192.168.XX.XX", "targetNode": "YVVKLmW", "stage": "index", "filesTotal": 79, "filesPercent": "80.0%", "bytesTotal": 12086, "bytesPercent": "80%", "translogOps": 12086, "translogOpsPercent": "80%" }, { "index": "my-index-000002", "sourceHost": "192.168.XX.XX", "sourceNode": "2Kni3dJ", "targetHost": "192.168.XX.XX", "targetNode": "YVVKLmW", "stage": "index", "filesTotal": 56, "filesPercent": "100%", "bytesTotal": 11086, "bytesPercent": "100%", "translogOps": 11086, "translogOpsPercent": "100%" } ] } 
   

Error code

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