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Subject [Hadoop Wiki] Update of "Hbase/FAQ_General" by Misty
Date Wed, 14 Oct 2015 00:24:16 GMT
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The "Hbase/FAQ_General" page has been changed by Misty:
https://wiki.apache.org/hadoop/Hbase/FAQ_General?action=diff&rev1=7&rev2=8

  FAQ - General HBase Questions
  
+ The HBase Wiki is in the process of being decommissioned. The info that used to be on this
page has moved to https://hbase.apache.org/book.html#faq. Please update your bookmarks.
- == Questions ==
-  1. [[#1|When would I use HBase?]]
-  1. [[#2|Can someone give an example of basic API-usage going against hbase?]]
-  1. [[#3|What other hbase-like applications are there out there?]]
-  1. [[#4|How do I access HBase from my Ruby/Python/Perl/PHP/etc. application?]]
-  1. [[#5|Can HBase development be done on windows?]]
-  1. [[#6|Please explain HBase version numbering?]]
-  1. [[#7|What version of Hadoop do I need to run HBase?]]
-   
- == Answers ==
  
- 
- '''1. <<Anchor(1)>> When would I use HBase?'''
- 
- See [[http://blog.rapleaf.com/dev/?p=26|Bryan Duxbury's post]] on this topic.
- 
- 
- '''2. <<Anchor(2)>> Can someone give an example of basic API-usage going against
hbase?'''
- 
- See the Data Model section in the HBase Book:  http://hbase.apache.org/book.html#datamodel
- 
- See the [[Hbase|wiki home page]] for sample code accessing HBase from other than java.
- 
- '''3. <<Anchor(3)>> What other hbase-like applications are there out there?'''
- 
- Broadly speaking, there are many.  One place to start your search is here [[http://blog.oskarsson.nu/2009/06/nosql-debrief.html|nosql]].
- 
- '''4. <<Anchor(4)>> How do I access Hbase from my Ruby/Python/Perl/PHP/etc.
application?'''
- 
- See non-java access on [[Hbase|HBase wiki home page]]
- 
- 
- '''5. <<Anchor(5)>> Can HBase development be done on windows?'''
- 
- See the the Getting Started section in the HBase Book:  http://hbase.apache.org/book.html#getting_started
- 
- '''6. <<Anchor(6)>> Please explain HBase version numbering?'''
- 
- See [[http://wiki.apache.org/hadoop/Hbase/HBaseVersions|HBase Versions since 0.20.x]]. 
The below is left in place for the historians.
- 
- Originally HBase lived under src/contrib in Hadoop Core.  The HBase version was that of
the hosting Hadoop.  The last HBase version that bundled under contrib was part of Hadoop
0.16.1 (March of 2008).
- 
- The first HBase Hadoop subproject release was versioned 0.1.0.  Subsequent releases went
at least as far as 0.2.1 (September 2008).
- 
- In August of 2008, consensus had it that since HBase depends on a particular Hadoop Core
version, the HBase major+minor versions would from now on mirror that of the Hadoop Core version
HBase depends on.  The first HBase release to take on this new versioning regimine was 0.18.0
HBase; HBase 0.18.0 depends on Hadoop 0.18.x.
- 
- Sorry for any confusion caused.
- 
- '''7. <<Anchor(7)>> What version of Hadoop do I need to run HBase?'''
- 
- Different versions of HBase require different versions of Hadoop.  Consult the table below
to find which version of Hadoop you will need:
- 
- ||'''HBase Release Number'''||'''Hadoop Release Number'''||
- ||0.1.x||0.16.x||
- ||0.2.x||0.17.x||
- ||0.18.x||0.18.x||
- ||0.19.x||0.19.x||
- ||0.20.x||0.20.x||
- ||0.90.4 ([[http://apache.cs.utah.edu/hbase/stable/|current stable]]) ||???||
- 
- Releases of Hadoop can be found [[http://hadoop.apache.org/core/releases.html|here]].  We
recommend using the most recent version of Hadoop possible, as it will contain the most bug
fixes.
- 
- Note that HBase-0.2.x can be made to work on Hadoop-0.18.x.  HBase-0.2.x ships with Hadoop-0.17.x,
so to use Hadoop-0.18.x you must recompile Hadoop-0.18.x, remove the Hadoop-0.17.x jars from
HBase, and replace them with the jars from Hadoop-0.18.x.
- 
- Also note that after HBase-0.2.x, the HBase release numbering schema will change to align
with the Hadoop release number on which it depends.
- 

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