Yes, the tests write in /tmp & in a subdirectory of the builds. Having a
different user for dev & prod would secure this as well ;-)
On Thu, Nov 8, 2012 at 1:04 PM, Jean-Marc Spaggiari <[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Thanks for the reply.
> That was all what was thinking about (port number, directory, bugs,
> etc.) regarding running the tetsts on the local node... So seems it's
> a good thing I stoped them.
> If I stop my local datanode/region server, then bring down my network
> interface before I run the tests, I should be fine, right? I'm running
> the tests with my own user while hbase and hadoop are both running for
> a their own. I don't think there is a risk for the local test to fine
> and write on the local HBase/Hadoop files.
> 2012/11/8, Nicolas Liochon <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> > Today, at this time of writing, it should be ok: the tests write in a
> > specific directory, and the ports are dynamic. But it's not without
> > what if tomorrow someone creates a bug and hardcodes a port already used
> > your cluster ? It's unlikely; but it happened in the past. As well, the
> > & memory used by the tests won't be available to your datanode /
> > regionserver, so you doing a kind of load test on this node...
> > N.
> > On Thu, Nov 8, 2012 at 12:26 PM, Jean-Marc Spaggiari <
> > [EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> My computer is hosting a region server and a datanode for a 8 nodes
> >> cluster.
> >> Now, I would like to run the JUnit tests locally too.
> >> Is there going to be any conflict between my local regionserver and
> >> the HBase tests? Is there any risk for my data if I do that?
> >> Even if I turn my local region server off, since there is already a
> >> zookeeper on the network, will again the local test be a risk for the
> >> cluster?
> >> Thanks,
> >> JM