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From "Matteo Bertozzi (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (HBASE-6353) Snapshots shell
Date Sat, 03 Nov 2012 09:10:13 GMT

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Matteo Bertozzi updated HBASE-6353:
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    Description: 
h6. hbase shell with snapshot commands
* snapshot <snapshot name> <table name>
** Take a snapshot of the specified name with the specified name 
* restore_snapshot <snapshot name>
** Restore specified snapshot on the original table
* clone_snapshot <snapshot name> <table name>
** Create a new table based on the snapshot content
* list_snapshots [filter]
** Show the list of snapshots taken
* delete_snapshot <snapshot name>
** Remove a specified snapshot
* rename_snapshot <snapshot name> <new snapshot name>
** Rename a snapshot to a new name

h6. Restore Table
Given a "snapshot name" restore override the original table with the snapshot content.
Before restoring a new snapshot of the table is taken, just to avoid bad situations.
This allows a full and quick rollback to a previous snapshot.

h6. Clone from Snapshot
Given a "snapshot name" a new table is created with the content of the specified snapshot.

This operation allows:
 * To have an old version of the table in parallel with the current one.
 ** Look at snapshot side-by-side with the "current" before making the decision whether to
roll back or not
 * To Add/Remove data from this table without affecting the original one or the snapshot.
 * To Restore only "individual items" (only some small range of data was lost from "current")
 ** MR job that scan the cloned table and update the data in the original one. (Partial restore
of the data)

h6. Open points
 * Add snapshot type option on take snapshot command (global, timestamp)?

  was:
h6. hbase shell with snapshot commands

* snapshot <snapshot name> <table name>
** Take a snapshot of the specified name with the specified name 
* restore_snapshot <snapshot name>
** Restore specified snapshot on the original table
* mount_snapshot <snapshot name> <table name> [readonly]
** Load the snapshot data as specified table (optional readonly flag)
* list_snapshots [filter]
** Show a list of snapshots
* delete_snapshot <snapshot name>
** Remove a specified snapshot

h6. Restore Table
Given a "snapshot name" restore override the original table with the snapshot content.
Before restoring a new snapshot of the table is taken, just to avoid bad situations.
(If the table is not disabled we can keep serving reads)

This allows a full and quick rollback to a previous snapshot.

h6. Mount Table (Aka Clone Table)
Given a "snapshot name" a new table is created with the content of the specified snapshot.

This operation allows:
 * To have an old version of the table in parallel with the current one.
 ** Look at snapshot side-by-side with the "current" before making the decision whether to
roll back or not
 * To Restore only "individual items" (only some small range of data was lost from "current")
 ** MR job that scan the cloned table and update the data in the original one. (Partial restore
of the data)
 * if the table is not marked as read-only
 ** To Add/Remove data from this table without affecting the original one or the snapshot.

h6. Open points
 * Add snapshot type option on take snapshot command (global, timestamp)?
 * Keep separate the "restore" from "mount"?

    
> Snapshots shell
> ---------------
>
>                 Key: HBASE-6353
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HBASE-6353
>             Project: HBase
>          Issue Type: Sub-task
>          Components: shell
>            Reporter: Matteo Bertozzi
>            Assignee: Matteo Bertozzi
>         Attachments: HBASE-6353-v0.patch, HBASE-6353-v1.patch, snapshot-offline-test-demo.shell
>
>
> h6. hbase shell with snapshot commands
> * snapshot <snapshot name> <table name>
> ** Take a snapshot of the specified name with the specified name 
> * restore_snapshot <snapshot name>
> ** Restore specified snapshot on the original table
> * clone_snapshot <snapshot name> <table name>
> ** Create a new table based on the snapshot content
> * list_snapshots [filter]
> ** Show the list of snapshots taken
> * delete_snapshot <snapshot name>
> ** Remove a specified snapshot
> * rename_snapshot <snapshot name> <new snapshot name>
> ** Rename a snapshot to a new name
> h6. Restore Table
> Given a "snapshot name" restore override the original table with the snapshot content.
> Before restoring a new snapshot of the table is taken, just to avoid bad situations.
> This allows a full and quick rollback to a previous snapshot.
> h6. Clone from Snapshot
> Given a "snapshot name" a new table is created with the content of the specified snapshot.
> This operation allows:
>  * To have an old version of the table in parallel with the current one.
>  ** Look at snapshot side-by-side with the "current" before making the decision whether
to roll back or not
>  * To Add/Remove data from this table without affecting the original one or the snapshot.
>  * To Restore only "individual items" (only some small range of data was lost from "current")
>  ** MR job that scan the cloned table and update the data in the original one. (Partial
restore of the data)
> h6. Open points
>  * Add snapshot type option on take snapshot command (global, timestamp)?

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