-Re: Otis, how do we know the age of the search-hadoop.com index?
Funny you should ask - I was trying to look up that "...Primetime..." thread
yesterday and after not finding it I realized user@hbase messages were missing.
Check http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/hbase-user/?format=atom using
Chrome now. I see "error on line 12582 at column 11: PCDATA invalid Char value
27", which matches what I see in our logs (interestingly, Firefox eats the error
just fine). The bad news is that we missed some user@hbase messages. The good
news is that this should go away very soon (as the problematic message gets
pushed down and out of top N items we fetch from there) and that we have a
mechanism to back-fill missing data. Sorry about this glitch. If we/you see
this happening, we'll see if we can make the XML parser we use more forgiving or
find one that doesn't choke as easily.
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----- Original Message ----
> From: Stack <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> To: HBase Dev List <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Sent: Wed, April 13, 2011 1:50:21 PM
> Subject: Otis, how do we know the age of the search-hadoop.com index?
> I was looking for an email thread posted yesterday, "Append value to a
> cell", and this morning its not in the index. Perhaps the indexer
> hasn't run in between?
> Sorry for the question. Its your fault for providing us a service
> we've since come to depend on.