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From Josh Elser <>
Subject Re: Ingest speed
Date Tue, 05 May 2015 15:51:35 GMT
Well, let this serve as a big "please" to write _something_. JIRA is not 
a form of documentation for users.

It's a neat feature, but if there's no documentation about it, it's 
going to die. wrote:
> Only what is in the ticket. Not sure there is enough information to fill a chapter.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Josh Elser"<>
> To:
> Sent: Tuesday, May 5, 2015 11:38:47 AM
> Subject: Re: Ingest speed
> Dave -- is there any documentation on this? Seems like it would be very
> well served by a user-manual chapter.
> wrote:
>> Revan,
>> You could use the scripting[1] feature in the shell for this purpose. The feature
allows you to use JSR-223 compatible languages for your scripts. You will see javascript and
python as examples in the comments on the JIRA ticket.
>> [1]
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Revan1988"<>
>> To:
>> Sent: Tuesday, May 5, 2015 5:35:53 AM
>> Subject: Ingest speed
>> Hi,
>> I'm an Italian student and i'm going to be graduated having thesis about
>> using accumulo.
>> I've developed a little java application that reads LOGS in a .json file and
>> insert them into accumulo.
>> In my virtual machine my app's insert/sec score is about 6'000.
>> I see that there are some bench test that scores about 50'000 in my VM.
>> (It's in $ACCUMULO_HOME/test/system/* folder.)
>> Those test use the shell call to insert a large amount of data.
>> So I think that i could write all my insert using an accumulo-shell call in
>> my app.
>> I've seen that i can execute that command:
>> ./bin/accumulo shell -u username -p passw -e "insert row fam qual val [vis]
>> [timestamp]"
>> but there is a problem: i need to set up the table with the command table
>> (infact insert command has not -t
>> option).
>> So there is any way to execute two commands in a row into accumulo shell? i
>> tried with&&  ; and other separator but with no success.
>> The other option that i have is to write a big command file with all
>> commands that i need and send it to accumulo shell using the command
>> ./bin/accumulo shell -f<file>
>> it may be a better solution cause i'll connect to accumulo just one time
>> (and not for every insert)...
>> Any suggest?
>> Thank you everybody and sorry for my bad english.
>> Revan

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