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From ctubb...@apache.org
Subject [1/2] accumulo git commit: Improve formatting for definition list in glossary
Date Tue, 03 May 2016 23:50:47 GMT
Repository: accumulo
Updated Branches:
  refs/heads/asf-site c40e208ab -> 987edc45d
  refs/heads/gh-pages c59e3c060 -> 966e99581


Improve formatting for definition list in glossary


Project: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/accumulo/repo
Commit: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/accumulo/commit/966e9958
Tree: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/accumulo/tree/966e9958
Diff: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/accumulo/diff/966e9958

Branch: refs/heads/gh-pages
Commit: 966e9958135a5db06ea2915ebca8f28c57c0f20e
Parents: c59e3c0
Author: Christopher Tubbs <ctubbsii@apache.org>
Authored: Tue May 3 19:47:37 2016 -0400
Committer: Christopher Tubbs <ctubbsii@apache.org>
Committed: Tue May 3 19:47:37 2016 -0400

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 glossary.md | 50 +++++++++++++++++++++++++-------------------------
 1 file changed, 25 insertions(+), 25 deletions(-)
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http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/accumulo/blob/966e9958/glossary.md
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diff --git a/glossary.md b/glossary.md
index 4b8761e..54b3ae7 100644
--- a/glossary.md
+++ b/glossary.md
@@ -5,59 +5,59 @@ nav: nav_glossary
 
 
 authorizations
-: a set of strings associated with a user or with a particular scan that will
+: > a set of strings associated with a user or with a particular scan that will
 be used to determine which key/value pairs are visible to the user.
 
 cell
-: a set of key/value pairs whose keys differ only in timestamp.
+: > a set of key/value pairs whose keys differ only in timestamp.
 
 column
-: the portion of the key that sorts after the row and is divided into family,
+: > the portion of the key that sorts after the row and is divided into family,
 qualifier, and visibility.
 
 column family
-: the portion of the key that sorts second and controls locality groups, the
+: > the portion of the key that sorts second and controls locality groups, the
 row/column hybrid nature of accumulo.
 
 column qualifier
-: the portion of the key that sorts third and provides additional key
+: > the portion of the key that sorts third and provides additional key
 uniqueness.
 
 column visibility
-: the portion of the key that sorts fourth and controls user access to
+: > the portion of the key that sorts fourth and controls user access to
 individual key/value pairs. Visibilities are boolean AND (&amp;) and OR (|)
 combinations of authorization strings with parentheses required to determine
 ordering, e.g. (AB&amp;C)|DEF.
 
 iterator
-: a mechanism for modifying tablet-local portions of the key/value space.
+: > a mechanism for modifying tablet-local portions of the key/value space.
 Iterators are used for standard administrative tasks as well as for custom
 processing.
 
 iterator priority
-: an iterator must be configured with a particular scope and priority. When a
+: > an iterator must be configured with a particular scope and priority. When a
 tablet server enters that scope, it will instantiate iterators in priority
 order starting from the smallest priority and ending with the largest, and
 apply each to the data read before rewriting the data or sending the data to
 the user.
 
 iterator scopes
-: the possible scopes for iterators are where the tablet server is already
+: > the possible scopes for iterators are where the tablet server is already
 reading and/or writing data: minor compaction / flush time (*minc*
 scope), major compaction / file merging time (*majc* scope), and query
 time (*scan* scope).
 
 gc
-: process that identifies temporary files in HDFS that are no longer needed by
+: > process that identifies temporary files in HDFS that are no longer needed by
 any process, and deletes them.
 
 key
-: the key into the distributed sorted map which is accumulo. The key is
+: > the key into the distributed sorted map which is accumulo. The key is
 subdivided into row, column, and timestamp. The column is further divided into
 family, qualifier, and visibility.
 
 locality group
-: a set of column families that will be grouped together on disk. With no
+: > a set of column families that will be grouped together on disk. With no
 locality groups configured, data is stored on disk in row order. If each
 column family were configured to be its own locality group, the data for each
 column would be stored separately, in row order. Configuring sets of columns
@@ -65,60 +65,60 @@ into locality groups is a compromise between the two approaches and will
 improve performance when multiple columns are accessed in the same scan.
 
 log-structured merge-tree
-: the sorting / flushing / merging scheme on which BigTable's design is based.
+: > the sorting / flushing / merging scheme on which BigTable's design is based.
 
 logger
-: in 1.4 and older, process that accepts updates to tablet servers and writes
+: > in 1.4 and older, process that accepts updates to tablet servers and writes
 them to local on-disk storage for redundancy. in 1.5 the functionality was
 subsumed by the tablet server and datanode with HDFS writes.
 
 major compaction
-: merging multiple files into a single file. If all of a tablet's files are
+: > merging multiple files into a single file. If all of a tablet's files are
 merged into a single file, it is called a *full major compaction*.
 
 master
-: process that detects and responds to tablet failures, balances load across
+: > process that detects and responds to tablet failures, balances load across
 tablet servers by assigning and migrating tablets when required, coordinates
 table operations, and handles tablet server logistics (startup, shutdown,
 recovery).
 
 minor compaction
-: flushing data from memory to disk. Usually this creates a new file for a
+: > flushing data from memory to disk. Usually this creates a new file for a
 tablet, but if the memory flushed is merge-sorted in with data from an existing
 file (replacing that file), it is called a *merging minor compaction*.
 
 monitor
-: process that displays status and usage information for all Accumulo
+: > process that displays status and usage information for all Accumulo
 components.
 
 permissions
-: administrative abilities that must be given to a user such as creating tables
+: > administrative abilities that must be given to a user such as creating tables
 or users and changing permissions or configuration parameters.
 
 row
-: the portion of the key that controls atomicity. Keys with the same row are
+: > the portion of the key that controls atomicity. Keys with the same row are
 guaranteed to remain on a single tablet hosted by a single tablet server,
 therefore multiple key/value pairs can be added to or removed from a row at the
 same time. The row is used for the primary sorting of the key.
 
 scan
-: reading a range of key/value pairs.
+: > reading a range of key/value pairs.
 
 tablet
-: a contiguous key range; the unit of work for a tablet server.
+: > a contiguous key range; the unit of work for a tablet server.
 
 tablet servers
-: a set of servers that hosts reads and writes for tablets. Each server hosts
+: > a set of servers that hosts reads and writes for tablets. Each server hosts
 a distinct set of tablets at any given time, but the tablets may be hosted by
 different servers over time.
 
 timestamp
-: the portion of the key that controls versioning. Otherwise identical keys
+: > the portion of the key that controls versioning. Otherwise identical keys
 with differing timestamps are considered to be versions of a single
 *cell*. Accumulo can be configured to keep the *N* newest
 versions of each *cell*. When a deletion entry is inserted, it deletes
 all earlier versions for its cell.
 
 value
-: immutable bytes associated with a particular key.
+: > immutable bytes associated with a particular key.
 


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