I run a map-reduce job to count the entries in each mapper (and therefore
each split). In a cleanup method I check the range given by the
RangeInputSplit. Then write start row, end row, and count to some
On Fri, Sep 20, 2013 at 12:05 PM, Mastergeek <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
> Is there a command or way to check the split points of a given table? I'm
> attempting to determine how full a tablet is with respect to its capacity,
> which is, as I understand it, the set/default split point (when based
> splitting on at a set size). The data distribution over my tablets is
> drastically skewed with a few tables containing hundreds of GBs while
> only store hundreds of MBs.
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