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From "Billy" <sa...@pearsonwholesale.com>
Subject Re: hbase row split
Date Thu, 20 Dec 2007 09:12:50 GMT
yes I was running trunk it was a few days back so I do not have a snap shot 
of the regions but I can tell you how I produced it in Jira. will submit a 
bug report.

Any suggestions on what the plans are if a section of a table get a lot of 
rows for the same key say it get to be huge then what would we do?

Billy


"stack" <stack@duboce.net> wrote in message 
news:476A0E30.1040904@duboce.net...
> Sounds like a bug Billy.  hbase shouldn't be splitting rows.  Please file 
> a JIRA with how you brought on the condition and evidence of the split row 
> (You're running TRUNK, right?).
> Thanks,
> St.Ack
>
> Billy wrote:
>> Basically I have one row key that has a lot of parent:child cols in it 
>> the
>> parent is the same and the Childs are all different. I been testing the
>> splits part of the servers so set the region max size to 16MB so it would
>> split more often. when I can back after a log process had been running I 
>> had
>> like 32 splits one about 5 of them had the same start row for the table. 
>> I
>> did not know if the master held parent:child data for the regions? I 
>> guess
>> if it did know the start row key:parent:child col then it could handle
>> splits of a large row.
>>
>>
>> "stack" <stack@duboce.net> wrote in message 
>> news:47694776.7060003@duboce.net...
>>
>>> Billy wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hbase does split on a row key level so what's to happens if I have a 
>>>> row that's larger then the max region size set in the conf?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>> My guess is that a row > configured region size would not be split.
>>>
>>>
>>>> I have one row that has been split into many smaller regions I just 
>>>> checking if it can tell what row goes where.
>>>>
>>> I'd be interested to hear more about this phenomeon Billy.
>>>
>>> St.Ack
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>
> 




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