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Re: Disabled automated compaction - table still compacting - HBase - [mail # user]
...Silly question...   Why are you trying to disable automated compaction?   And then the equally silly question... are you attempting to run  full compactions manually?    On Jul 9, 2013...
   Author: Michael Segel, 2013-07-09, 16:53
[expand - 3 more] - Re: HBase without compactions? - HBase - [mail # user]
...He asked for a compactionless version.  You still have compactions w a stripe compaction.    On Feb 18, 2013, at 10:54 PM, Ted Yu  wrote:  ...
   Author: Michael Segel, 2013-02-19, 05:46
RE: Compactions in busy system(s) - HBase - [mail # user]
...  "hbase(main):003:0> major_compact  ERROR: Wrong # of arguments(0 for 1)  Here is some help for this command: Run major compaction on passed table or pass a region row to major compact...
... an individual region "  So it looks like you can major_compact a region. Should be easy to open a table, get the start row of each region and then  one by one do a major compaction. That would be less...
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   Author: Michael Segel, 2011-04-05, 12:16
Re: Rowkey design question - HBase - [mail # user]
...Ok… First, I’d suggest you rethink your schema by adding an additional dimension. You’ll end up with more rows, but a narrower table. In terms of compaction… if the data is relatively...
... static, you won’t have compactions because nothing changed. But if your data is that static… why not put the data in sequence files and use HBase as the index. Could be faster. HTH -Mike...
   Author: Michael Segel, 2015-04-08, 11:46
Re: Recovering from corrupt blocks in HFile - HBase - [mail # user]
... the corruption occurred when there was a compaction. Does that mean that during the compaction, it tried to read and compact a bad block and ignored the other two copies of the bad block that could...
... have been good? Was it that at the time of writing the compacted data, there was a corruption that then was passed on two the other two copies? I guess the point I’m trying to raise...
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   Author: Michael Segel, 2015-03-20, 01:49
Re: HBase region assignment by range? - HBase - [mail # user]
... its patient data for the entire hospital / chain, over the past 10 years. (The single doctor is just easier to visualize.) Compaction is a side effect of sitting on a WORM file system.   Map...
...RDB doesn’t have this issue.  And compaction could be better managed so that its a shorter window of blocking. ;-)  But that’s another topic. From what you want to do… if you’re pulling out blobs...
   Author: Michael Segel, 2015-04-10, 17:08
Re: introducing nodes w/ more storage - HBase - [mail # user]
...? ) Never a good design. Ever. I agree that you should run major compactions after running the load balancer. (HDFS) But the point I am trying to make is that with respect to HBase, you still...
   Author: Michael Segel, 2015-04-02, 14:37
Re: HBase scan time range, inconsistency - HBase - [mail # user]
... a question of the isolation level during the scan. What happens when there is a compaction running or there’s RLL taking place? Does your scan get locked/blocked? Does it skip the row? (This...
   Author: Michael Segel, 2015-02-26, 14:36
Re: scan is slower after bulk load - HBase - [mail # user]
...Just a guess... have you done any compactions on the table post bulk load?   On Nov 12, 2012, at 8:44 AM, Marcos Ortiz  wrote:  ...
   Author: Michael Segel, 2012-11-12, 15:45
Re: delete rows without writing HLog may be appear in the future? - HBase - [mail # user]
...Some time later?   Time of course is relative, so I have to ask what occurred between the write and the delete?  How much time? Did you have any compactions in between the write...
   Author: Michael Segel, 2012-11-21, 15:09
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