Thanks so much for your answers!
On Fri, Apr 13, 2012 at 10:50 AM, NNever <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> 1. A pre-row lock is here during the update, so other clients will block
> whild on client performs an update.(see HRegion.put 's annotaion), no
> In the client side, while a process is updating, it may not reach the
> buffersize so the other process may read the original value, I think.
> 2. What kind of inconsistency? different value on the same row's
The inconsistency means for the same retrieval, such as a scan, different
values are got in different threads for the multiple instances of a HTable
in them, respectively. Is it possible?
In my case, the little bit inconsistency is not so critical. So I will not
worry about the thread-safety issue. It must be fine?
> 3.I don't know the truely realize in code. There Is caching, but
> everytime you call methods like Htable.get, it still need connect to server
> to retrieve data——so, not as fast as in memory, isn't it?
I plan to design a read-only mechanism except when a periodically-updatinge
in with HBase for my system to raise the performance. Locking must affect
the performance. If caching is not fast enough in HBase, the design might
not be good?
> Best regards,
> 2012/4/13 Bing Li <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>> Dear Iars,
>> Thanks so much for your reply!
>> In my case, I need to overwrite or update a HTable. If reading during the
>> process of updating or overwriting, any exceptions will be thrown by
>> If multiple instances for a HTable are used by multiple threads, there
>> be inconsistency among them, right?
>> I guess caching must be done in HBase. So retrieving in HTable must be
>> almost as fast as in memory?
>> Best regards,
>> On Fri, Apr 13, 2012 at 6:17 AM, lars hofhansl <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>> > Hi Bing,
>> > Which part? The server certainly is thread safe.
>> > The client is not, at least not all the way through.
>> > The main consideration is HTable, which is not thread safe, you need to
>> > create one instance for each thread
>> > (HBASE-4805 makes that much cheaper), store the HTable in a ThreadLocal
>> > after creation, or use HTablePool.
>> > Please let me know if that answers your question.
>> > Thanks.
>> > -- Lars
>> > ----- Original Message -----
>> > From: Bing Li <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>> > To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; user <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>> > Cc:
>> > Sent: Thursday, April 12, 2012 3:10 PM
>> > Subject: Is HBase Thread-Safety?
>> > Dear all,
>> > Is HBase thread-safety? Do I need to consider the consistency issue when
>> > manipulating HBase?
>> > Thanks so much!
>> > Best regards,
>> > Bing