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Re: Replication metrics with more than one Peer/Slave
I tacked the same problem, and was answerd it was fixed in 0.95

On Thursday, November 28, 2013, Pablo Medina wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> Knowing that replication metrics are global at the region server level in
> HBase 0.94.13, what is the meaning of a metric like sizeOfLogQueue when
> replicating to more than one peer/slave? Is it the queue size reported by
> the "last" replication source thread ? does the last thread win ? Can I
> have a situation where a replication source thread is hidden by the other
> one ?. In general, how can I understand/analyze replication metrics with
> more than one peer?
>
> Thanks!
>
> Pablo.
>
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