Do note that there are many users who haven't used Teradata out there
and they may not directly pick up what you meant to say here.
Since you're speaking of Tables, I am going to assume you mean HBase.
If what you're looking for is atomicity, HBase does offer it already.
If you want to order requests differently, depending on a condition,
the HBase coprocessors (new from Apache HBase 0.92 onwards) provide
you an ability to do that too. If your question is indeed specific to
HBase, please ask it in a more clarified form on the
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If not HBase, do you mean read/write concurrency over HDFS files?
Cause HDFS files do not allow concurrent writers (one active lease per
On Wed, Jul 18, 2012 at 9:09 PM, saubhagya dey <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> how do i manage concurrency in hadoop like we do in teradata.
> We need to have a read and write lock when simultaneous the same table is
> being hit with a read query and write query