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From Akash Ashok <thehellma...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Distributing the
Date Sun, 23 Oct 2011 20:43:05 GMT
Zookeeper is what you are looking for Election Algos and stuff are already
provided by
Zookeeper. You could take a look at that.

Cheers,
Akash A

On Mon, Oct 24, 2011 at 1:41 AM, Steven Troxell <steven.troxell@gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> Phil and I are working on a grad project for a distributed systems class,
> using accumulo.  One part of the project involves attempting to distribute
> the load balancer so it no longer must be run on master.  We wanted to just
> propose our idea to get feedback, and perhaps a few pointers.  What I'm
> thinking of is modifying/moving the balnace code form
> accumulo.server.master
> to accumulo.server.   We would then be treating the load balancing as a
> critical resource, and develop a layer implementing a mutual exclusion
> algorithm to determine which tablet server gets to run the load balancer.
> What I'm thinking right now is using an election algorithm, that
> essentially
> randomly selects a server at startup.  Other servers would then verify this
> server is up and running, and upon detecting it down, implement the
> election
> to determine which server the load balancing moves to. Does this sound like
> a good idea, are there any paritcular design aspects of accumulo we should
> be aware of in attempting to implement this?  Additionally we're still
> familarizing ourselves with the codebase, it would be helpful if someone
> could point us to where some of the current tserver synchronization takes
> place, so we can follow existing conventions.  I imagine something similar
> to the election algorithm/ tserver's resolving mutual exclusion that we
> propose already occurs for some other aspect of accumulo?
>
> thanks in advance for feedback/insight
>
> -Steve and Phil
>

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