Ding Haifeng 2013-07-03, 11:30
Try single quotes. The shell (ruby) may be trying to 'help you' by
interpreting your hex.
hbase(main):018:0> print "\x20\n"
hbase(main):019:0> print '\x20\n'
See how w/ double quotes it prints space and new line where when I
single-quote it, it prints out the literal?
At the end of the shell help it says:
"If you are using binary keys or values and need to enter them in the
double-quote'd hexadecimal representation. For example:
hbase> get 't1', "key\x03\x3f\xcd"
hbase> get 't1', "key\003\023\011"
hbase> put 't1', "test\xef\xff", 'f1:', "\x01\x33\x40"
Looks like we need to add a line which says if you are using hex, to avoid
ruby's interpreting your intent, single-quote.
On Wed, Jul 3, 2013 at 4:30 AM, Ding Haifeng <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi, all.
> When I tried to do a manual region split from HBase shell, I found that
> split command acts incorrectly with hex split keys.
> For example, I executed
> hbase(main):003:0> split 'tsdb', "\x00\x00\xC3"
> but table 'tsdb' actually split at "\x00\x00\xEF\xBF\xBD"
> I'm running Hbase 0.94.8, r1485407, both server-side and client-side.
> Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
> Ding Haifeng
Ding Haifeng 2013-07-04, 08:00
Ding Haifeng 2013-07-04, 11:10
Ding Haifeng 2013-07-05, 01:28