-Re: 【region compaction check key-bound or not】
Bing Jiang 2013-07-11, 00:40
These days, I want to move a table from one hbase cluster to another hbase
cluster, and there are the same table's schema.
So I want to move a region's storefile to another table's region
corresponding directory, and the key bound of regions are overlapped.
Cluster | Table | Region's key bound
cluster1 | dat | [1ffff,2ffff]
cluster2 | dat | [2bfff,31fff]
In my opinion , if region files in cluster2 are move into cluster1's
regions, and make compaction（Minor && Major） upon the first region, it will
prune the improper key in (2ffff,31fff].
However I found hbase compaction cannot support that.
Any idea would be thankful.
2013/7/11 Sergey Shelukhin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> You should not have to manually take care of region bounds in normal
> circumstances (unless you are reading the file from coprocessor in some
> special way, or something like that). Please tell us if you are seeing any
> strange behavior :)
> See HalfStoreFileReader for the code that is used to read the referenced
> file and constrains the keys.
> On Wed, Jul 10, 2013 at 4:25 AM, Bing Jiang <[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> > Hi,all
> > If Region process splits, it will make a reference.After executing child
> > region makes a compaction that absorbs all the reference. And I have a
> > question that how to make differences when executes scanner.
> > As we know that Compaction uses the scanner as well, so whether to set
> > startKey and endKey of child region's bound, in order to guarantee that
> > storefile in child region will not contain outlier keys? I cannot find
> > to prove it, BTW, we use 0.94.3.
> > Thanks.
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