-Re: How do I remove "Non DFS Used"?
edward choi 2010-07-08, 00:21
Thank you for the responses.
But I think I figured out the reason for 800GB of "Non DFS Used"
The space was being used by another user who has about 750GB of data files.
So after all, I guess the "Non DFS Used" has nothing to do with hadoop.
Maybe except for occasional unremoved task files or log files.
2010/7/7 Michael Segel <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Non DFS used tends to be logging or some other information on the disk.
> So you can't use hadoop commands to remove the files from the disk.
> > Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2010 17:11:38 +0900
> > Subject: How do I remove "Non DFS Used"?
> > From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> > To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> > I was looking at the web interface and found that some of my nodes have
> > enormous amount of "Non DFS Used".
> > There is even a node with 800GB of "Non DFS Used" which is just
> > I tried to remove them by doing:
> > "hadoop namenode -format"
> > and I also tried deleting "hadoop.tmp.dir" (in my case, which is
> > /home/hadoop/hadoop_storage/tmp/).
> > But when I start my cluster again, there it is again with thousands of
> > bytes of "Non DFS Used".
> > Can anyone tell me what "Non DFS Used" is and how to remove them forever?
> > Thanks in advance.
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