Thanks for the reply.
Q1. Cleared now. Sorry I didn't count the -ROOT- and .META. tables
Q2. Not clear. Could explain a bit more? I am using the default setting.
On 21 February 2013 10:36, Ted Yu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> bq. but when I click to view the table details it shows there are 5
> Did you include -ROOT- and .META. tables above ?
> bq. as you can see the maxHeapMB size is 991
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> On Wed, Feb 20, 2013 at 3:26 PM, Joarder KAMAL <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Dear All,
> > I am currently running a 3 node HBase cluster with Amazon EC2 small
> > instance (1CPU, 1.7GB Mem). After running a simple workload (type A)
> > YCSB benchmarking tool, I noticed in the Web UI that the number of
> > in the 3 region servers are 7 but when I click to view the table details
> > shows there are 5 regions. I am a bit confuse. Does the Web UI showing
> > wrong results? How can I check region details from the shell/is there any
> > other command line tools for that? I am using Hbase 0.94.3 (as it is the
> > latest version compatible with YCSB at this moment) with Hadoop-1.0.4.
> > Another thing, as you can see the maxHeapMB size is 991 (default setting)
> > then whenever I am running workloads the server free memory status is
> > terrible - almost 0MB for 1M/10M transactions (YCSB/Workload-A). My
> > question is if the maxHeapMB is fixed at 1GB then why I am loosing extra
> > 700MB memory? How can I monitor cpu/memory/io usage for individual
> > components (HBase/Hadoop/MapRed/ZK, etc.)? Is there any tool available
> > HBase?
> > Thanks a lot.
> > [image: Inline images 1]
> > Regards,
> > Joarder Kamal
> > ------------------------------------------
> > PhD Student
> > Gippsland School of Information Technology,
> > Faculty of Information Technology,
> > MONASH University
> > Churchill VIC, Australia. 3842