Can you define what you mean by 'complete junk' ?
I plan on using ec2.
On Wed, Jul 21, 2010 at 3:23 PM, Hegner, Travis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
> That question is completely dependant on the size of the cluster you are
> looking at setting up, which is then dependant on how much data you want to
> store and/or process.
> A one man show should be able to handle 10-20 machines without too much
> trouble, unless you run complete junk. I run a 6 node cluster on complete
> junk, and I rarely have had to tinker with it since setting it up.
> Travis Hegner
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> Subject: operations, how 'hard' is it to keep the servers humming
> From a operations standpoint, is setup a hbase cluster and keeping them
> running a fairly complex task?
> i.e. if I am a 1-man show, would it be a smart choice to build on top of
> hbase or is a crazy idea?
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