-Re: Enabling caching increasing the time of retrieval
Amandeep Khurana 2012-06-25, 06:21
Is this on a standalone instance or do you have fully distributed setup deployed? Do you have any kind of monitoring in place?
>From the numbers you are giving, it looks like the data is of the order of a few 10 MBs, assuming this is a single threaded read. Did you write more data between the first run (with cache disabled) and the second run (with cache enabled)? It is possible that the data was in the memstore and not yet flushed to HFiles when you did the first test. The memstore flushed and now the reads had to go to disk since the cache was not yet warmed up with that data. Subsequent reads of the same rows should be faster in that case.
On Sunday, June 24, 2012 at 11:11 PM, Prakrati Agrawal wrote:
> Dear all
> I am trying to optimize the retrieval code in Java for HBase. The following are the timings without cache enabled:
> The time taken to get 175347 columns of a row key is 677 ms
> The time taken to get rows : 99 and columns: 14888573 is 48806 ms
> The time taken to get all data (rows: 396 and columns: 32611576) is 96469 ms
> The time taken after caching is enabled(Both block and setCaching) :
> The time taken to get 175347 columns of a row key is 713 ms
> The time taken to get rows : 99 and columns: 14888573 is 57649 ms
> The time taken to get all data (rows: 396 and columns: 32611576) is 111056 ms
> As you all can see, time increases after I enable caching. I am not understanding what I am doing wrong. Please help me
> Thanks and Regards
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