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Hadoop >> mail # user >> Why block sizes shown by 'fsck' and '-stat' are inconsistent?


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sam liu 2014-04-05, 02:51
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Harsh J 2014-04-05, 09:13
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Re: Why block sizes shown by 'fsck' and '-stat' are inconsistent?
Thanks for your comments!

As I mentioned HDFS use only what it needs on the local file system. For
example, a 16 KB hdfs file only use 16 KB local file system storage, not 64
MB(its hdfs block size) storage. In this case, *what's the use of the block
size(64 MB) of the 16 KB file?*
2014-04-05 17:12 GMT+08:00 Harsh J <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
 
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Harsh J 2014-04-05, 17:04
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