There's no way to make sure that multiple rows don't get split into
multiple tablets. A custom load balancer would be able to make sure that a
set of tablets are hosted together, but has no effect on choosing the split
points. If you want to guarantee that multiple entries are kept together
then you should put them in the same row. Alternatively, you could make
your tablet sizes ridiculously large and manually choose your split points
using the addSplits method, but it's usually easier to just put things into
the same row.
On Thu, Oct 4, 2012 at 5:48 PM, Roshan Punnoose <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Is there any documentation on using a custom Tablet Load Balancer? I want
> to make sure certain rows group onto the same tablet, and I "think" the
> right answer is to develop my own Tablet Load Balancer. Is that right?