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Rita 2011-07-06, 10:08
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Steve Loughran 2011-07-06, 11:35
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Re: parallel cat
Thanks Steve. This is exactly what I was looking for. Unfortunately, I don
see any example code for the implementation.

On Wed, Jul 6, 2011 at 7:35 AM, Steve Loughran <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> On 06/07/11 11:08, Rita wrote:
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>> I have many large files ranging from 2gb to 800gb and I use hadoop fs -cat
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>> lot to pipe to various programs.
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>> I was wondering if its possible to prefetch the data for clients with more
>> bandwidth. Most of my clients have 10g interface and datanodes are 1g.
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>> I was thinking, prefetch x blocks (even though it will cost extra memory)
>> while reading block y. After block y is read, read the prefetched blocked
>> and then throw it away.
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>> It should be used like this:
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>> export PREFETCH_BLOCKS=2 #default would be 1
>> hadoop fs -pcat hdfs://namenode/verylarge file | program
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>> Any thoughts?
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> Look at Russ Perry's work on doing very fast fetches from an HDFS filestore
> http://www.hpl.hp.com/**techreports/2009/HPL-2009-345.**pdf<http://www.hpl.hp.com/techreports/2009/HPL-2009-345.pdf>
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> Here the DFS client got some extra data on where every copy of every block
> was, and the client decided which machine to fetch it from. This made the
> best use of the entire cluster, by keeping each datanode busy.
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> -steve
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Steve Loughran 2011-07-07, 09:35
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Rita 2011-07-07, 12:36
NEW: Monitor These Apps!
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