David Koch 2012-09-04, 14:56
Pablo Musa 2012-09-04, 15:20
Ted Yu 2012-09-04, 15:12
Guillaume Gardey 2012-09-04, 15:34
David Koch 2012-09-04, 21:42
Vincent Barat 2012-09-05, 06:37
Vincent Barat 2012-09-05, 13:19
-Re: Fixing badly distributed table manually.
David Koch 2012-09-05, 08:40
I also found this fairly recent script here which can be used with Gnuplot
to get a visual representation of data distribution across nodes:
Again, my JRuby skills are non-existent so just blindly running the script
versus HBase 0.92 results in a:
NoMethodError: private method `load' called for
main at region_hist.rb:23
call at org/jruby/RubyProc.java:270
call at org/jruby/RubyProc.java:220
main at region_hist.rb:19
(root) at region_hist.rb:37
Maybe it has to do with the author's remark:
[Note: I've been advised (thanks ntelford!) that HServerInfo is gone in
newer releases and you now need to get HServerLoad via
What are the changes that need to be made to the script to get it to run on
On Tue, Sep 4, 2012 at 11:42 PM, David Koch <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Thank you for your replies. We are using CDH4 HBase 0.92. Good call on the
> web interface. The port is blocked so I never really got a chance to test
> it. As far as manual re-balancing is concerned I will check the book.
> On Tue, Sep 4, 2012 at 5:34 PM, Guillaume Gardey <
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> > a) What is the easiest way to get an overview of how a table is
>> > across regions of a cluster? I guess I could search .META. but I haven't
>> > figured out how to use filters from shell.
>> > b) What constitutes a "badly distributed" table and how can I re-balance
>> > manually?
>> > c) Is b) needed at all? I know that HBase does its balancing
>> > behind the scenes.
>> I have found that
>> http://bobcopeland.com/blog/2012/04/graphing-hbase-splits/ is a good
>> source of information/tools to look at regions balancing in the cluster and
>> investigate it.
>> > As for a) I tried running this script:
>> > https://github.com/Mendeley/hbase-scripts/blob/master/list_regions.rb
>> > like so:
>> > hbase org.jruby.Main ./list_regions.rb <_my_table>
>> > but I get
>> > ArgumentError: wrong number of arguments (1 for 2)
>> > (root) at ./list_regions.rb:60
>> > If someone more proficient notices an obvious fix, I'd be glad to hear
>> > about it.
>> Concerning https://github.com/Mendeley/hbase-scripts , I am afraid that
>> this is a repository that is no longer maintained and was written for old
>> releases of hbase (cdh2 I believe). There's no plan to upgrade it to newer
Ivan Balashov 2012-12-24, 16:27