A few pointers:
HBASE Performance Monitoring - http://sematext.com/spm/index.html
On Thu, Mar 21, 2013 at 9:46 AM, Brennon Church <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hello all,
> As I understand it, a common performance tweak is to disable major
> compactions so that you don't end up with storms taking things out at
> inconvenient times. I'm thinking that I should just write a quick script
> to rotate through all of our regions, one at a time, and compact them.
> Again, if I'm understanding this correctly we should not end up with
> storms as they'll only happen one at a time, and each one doesn't run for
> long. Does that seem reasonable, or am I missing something? My hope is to
> run the script regularly.
> Corollary question... I recently added drives to our nodes and since I did
> this while they were all still running, basically just restarting the
> datanode underneath to pick up the new spindles, I'm fairly sure I've
> thrown data locality out the window, based on the changed pattern of
> network traffic. If I'm right, manually running major compactions against
> all of the regions should resolve that, as the underlying data would all
> get written locally. Again, does that make sense?