Kushal Agrawal 2012-08-28, 06:21
Kai Voigt 2012-08-28, 06:26
Kushal Agrawal 2012-08-28, 06:36
Kai Voigt 2012-08-28, 10:18
Regards to all the list.
Well, you should ask to the Tumblrï¿½s fellows that they use a combination
of MySQL and HBase for its blogging platform. They talked about this
topic in the last HBaseCon. Here is the link:
Blake Matheny, Director of Platform Engineering at Tumblr was the
presenter of this topic.
El 28/08/2012 6:18, Kai Voigt escribiï¿½:
> Having a distributed filesystem doesn't save you from having backups. If someone deletes a file in HDFS, it's gone.
> What backend storage is supported by your CMS?
> Am 28.08.2012 um 08:36 schrieb Kushal Agrawal <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
>> As the data is too much in (10's of terabytes) it's difficult to take backup
>> because it takes 1.5 days to take backup of data every time. Instead of that
>> if we uses distributed file system we need not to do that.
>> Thanks & Regards,
>> Kushal Agrawal
>> [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Kai Voigt [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
>> Sent: Tuesday, August 28, 2012 11:57 AM
>> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>> Subject: Re: Hadoop or HBase
>> Typically, CMSs require a RDBMS. Which Hadoop and HBase are not.
>> Which CMS do you plan to use, and what's wrong with MySQL or other open
>> source RDBMSs?
>> Am 28.08.2012 um 08:21 schrieb "Kushal Agrawal" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
>>> I wants to use DFS for Content-Management-System (CMS), in
>> that I just wants to store and retrieve files.
>>> Please suggest me what should I use:
>>> Hadoop or HBase
>>> Thanks & Regards,
>>> Kushal Agrawal
>>> [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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