The short answer is no. It's also not a good idea to even try this.
The longer answer is to look at using vmware to split the nodes into two virtual machines...
And even then it's not a good idea.
Sent from a remote device. Please excuse any typos...
On Jul 25, 2011, at 4:09 AM, seven garfee <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I set up one hbase cluster on 8 nodes successfully.Each node has a
> RegionServer on it.
> For some reason,i need set up another hbase cluster on the same 8 nodes.
> But when a start up hbase,and run 'status' on hbase shell, something
> strange happened!!!
> The new hbase cluster claim that,it has 16 RegionServer,that means the
> First Cluster's RegionServer is under Second Cluster.
> Can Mulitple Cluster be deployed on the same Nodes?
> I use Hbase-0.90.3 and ZK is managed by Hbase.