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From "Yoram Arnon (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Commented: (HADOOP-432) support undelete, snapshots, or other mechanism to recover lost files
Date Fri, 02 Feb 2007 00:56:05 GMT

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Yoram Arnon commented on HADOOP-432:
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> won't remove a checkpoint until its older than the interval
> Yes, that would be a useful feature. Calling moveToTrash() on any path that begins with
the trash's root should cause it to be immediately removed. +1 

Cool. One more reason: sometimes you'd want to expunge data that has just been deleted, while
it's still in the current trash, to free up some space *now*.

> So the RPC load on the namenode is minimized. 

right. a single invocation may result in a large load on the namenode (under a lock?)
It would be nice if the load on the namenode from expunging were capped, for example if files
were deleted in the background, no more than some amount per second or something.
It's somewhat disturbing because it's not controlled. There will probably be some cron job
that expunges automatically, and in some cases, when many files were deleted since the last
expunge, the namenode will misbehave for its regular clients.

> support undelete, snapshots, or other mechanism to recover lost files
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: HADOOP-432
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HADOOP-432
>             Project: Hadoop
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: dfs
>            Reporter: Yoram Arnon
>         Assigned To: Doug Cutting
>         Attachments: trash.patch, undelete12.patch, undelete16.patch, undelete17.patch
>
>
> currently, once you delete a file it's gone forever.
> most file systems allow some form of recovery of deleted files.
> a simple solution would be an 'undelete' command.
> a more comprehensive solution would include snapshots, manual and automatic, with scheduling
options.

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