I'm using cdh4 on ec2
I'll double check versions tomorrow.
when I reboot all the tables are deleted, I'll check the default location
tomorrow as well.
What about the weird count issue?
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On Jan 14, 2013 8:22 PM, "Stack" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 6:12 AM, Ibrahim Yakti <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I have a weird issue, I am using sqoop to import data from MySQL into
> > HBase, sqoop confirms that 2.5 million records were imported, when I do
> > count "table_name" in HBase shell it returns numbers like:
> > 260970 row(s) in 20.4740 seconds
> > >
> > (I have used sqoop to import same data from mysql to hive and it worked
> > smoothly without any problem)
> > when I run the count command again the number may change without any
> > to the table, the other weird issue, if I reboot the server and run HBase
> > shell all the tables will be disappeared and I have to create them again.
> Default location for hbase data is /tmp unless you change it so a reboot
> will erase all you loaded into hbase. See
> Any idea what is going and where the problem is?
> Are you overwriting old data with new?
> Start small and work your way up to bigger numbers. You might get a clue
> as to where the data is going.