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From joshelser <>
Subject [GitHub] accumulo pull request: ACCUMULO-4095 Hacks on CustomNonBlockingSer...
Date Fri, 08 Jan 2016 19:37:53 GMT
Github user joshelser commented on the pull request:
    > I wish I could see the files side-by-side in GitHub to review, but the file was moved
in addition to being updated, so GitHub is confused. :(
    Blarg. The crux of things is that the method `createFrameBuffer` exists on `SelectAcceptThread`
*not* `THsHaServer` (or in its lineage). The easiest hack I saw was to inject our own custom
`SelectAcceptThread`, akin to what we were doing with the `FrameBuffer`. Eric messed up the
changes and used the `AsyncFrameBuffer` interface instead of the `FrameBuffer` class in his
original commit too (we don't use the Async Processors -- our rpc system is blocking).
    I think that's the best synopsis of what's going on here. I would also be OK with throwing
in the thrift warning. As always, we *never* want to willy-nilly update libthrift versions.

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