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From "stack (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (HBASE-15788) Use Offheap ByteBuffers from BufferPool to read RPC requests.
Date Tue, 08 Nov 2016 18:32:58 GMT

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stack commented on HBASE-15788:

Dang. Looking more. So...

45	  /**
46	   * Writes an <code>int</code> to the underlying output stream as four
47	   * bytes, high byte first.
48	   * @param i the <code>int</code> to write
49	   * @throws IOException if an I/O error occurs.
50	   */
51	  void writeInt(int i) throws IOException;

is an optimization that has nought to do w/ ByteBuffer writing?

On commit fix this comment:

	26	 * This interface marks 
27	 * Interface adds support for writing {@link ByteBuffer} into OutputStream.

There is no OS involved... it is just something that can write from a ByteBuffer...

Yeah, remove OS mentions elsehwere in the class too..

Is ByteBufferWriterWrapper a Wrapper or is it an OS? One that implements BBWriter? If latter,
should it be BBWriterOS?

Sorry for messing w/ namings. Trying to make it clear to those who come along after us.

> Use Offheap ByteBuffers from BufferPool to read RPC requests.
> -------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: HBASE-15788
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HBASE-15788
>             Project: HBase
>          Issue Type: Sub-task
>          Components: regionserver
>            Reporter: ramkrishna.s.vasudevan
>            Assignee: Anoop Sam John
>             Fix For: 2.0.0
>         Attachments: HBASE-15788.patch, HBASE-15788_V4.patch, HBASE-15788_V5.patch, HBASE-15788_V6.patch
> Right now, when an RPC request reaches RpcServer, we read the request into an on demand
created byte[]. When it is write request and including many mutations, the request size will
be some what larger and we end up creating many temp on heap byte[] and causing more GCs.
> We have a ByteBufferPool of fixed sized off heap BBs. This is used at RpcServer while
sending read response only. We can make use of the same while reading reqs also. Instead of
reading whole of the request bytes into a single BB, we can read into N BBs (based on the
req size). When BB is not available from pool, we will fall back to old way of on demand on
heap byte[] creation.
> Remember these are off heap BBs. We read many proto objects from this read request bytes
(like header, Mutation protos etc). Thanks to PB 3 and our shading work as it supports off
heap BB now.  Also the payload cells are also in these DBBs now. The codec decoder can work
on these and create off heap BBs. Whole of our write path work with Cells now. At the time
of addition to memstore, these cells are by default copied to MSLAB ( off heap based pooled
MSLAB issue to follow this one). If MSLAB copy is not possible, we will do a copy to on heap
> One possible down side of this is :
> Before adding to Memstore, we do write to WAL. So the Cells created out of the offheap
BBs (Codec#Decoder) will be used to write to WAL. The default FSHLog works with an OS obtained
from DFSClient. This will have only standard OS write APIs which is byte[] based.  So just
to write to WAL, we will end up in temp on heap copy for each of the Cell. The other WAL imp
(ie. AsynWAL) supports writing offheap Cells directly. We have work in progress to make AsycnWAL
as default. Also we can raise HDFS req to support BB based write APIs in their client OS?
Until then, will try for a temp workaround solution. Patch to say more on this.

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