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From David Alves <dal...@student.dei.uc.pt>
Subject Re: Full table scan fails during map
Date Thu, 20 Nov 2008 19:13:19 GMT
Hi Stack

	Just for you to know you can spell :) I checked some other mails on  
the hadoop mailing list and its relly spelled like that.

On Nov 20, 2008, at 7:08 PM, stack wrote:

> David Alves wrote:
>> Hi stack
>>    Regarding the missing block part, my bad, i ddn't install this  
>> cluster and didn't verify the ulimit first, then a new problem  
>> arose because of the number of xceivers. Regarding this property, I  
>> can't find the default value in hadoop-default.xml is this normal?
> I think you'll find that not all configuration gets a mention in  
> hadoop-default.xml.  If I were to guess, the developer is thinking  
> that "...no one will ever want to change this config. but just in  
> case they ever do and are dogged enough to read source....."  HBase  
> has a few of these buried in source code.
>> I ask only because sometime ago you answered to someone to increase  
>> the dfs.datanode.max.xcievers proeprty but actually the exceptions  
>> refer to an *Xceiver (notice the change in the i,e order).
> Oh.  Bad.  I can't spell (nor practise what the mnemonic says).
>> Anyway the problem seemed to go away so probably that fixed it.
>>    Regarding the hang part the regionserver actually comes down (no  
>> more jvm process), next time it happens I'll investigate further.
> Please do.  Check the .out file if you haven't in the past.
> Good stuff,
> St.Ack

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