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Re: bloom filter types
I don't think there's an explicit wiki.  Which option depends on whether
your use case is calling get() for entire rows or for specific columns in
a row. It also depends on analyzing your workload to determine how likely
a row will be in every store file vs. a specific column.  Also, since a
row is a coarser granularity than a column, it might be good to switch to
a row bloom if your BF starts taking up too much space.  I guess this
sounds like a nice article for me...

On 12/29/10 2:01 PM, "Ted Yu" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

>In 0.90,
>    /**
>     * Bloom enabled with Table row as Key
>     */
>    ROW,
>    /**
>     * Bloom enabled with Table row & column (family+qualifier) as Key
>     */
>    ROWCOL
>
>Is there wiki / doc on which type to use in various scenarios ?
>
>Thanks
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