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From <sallonch...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: Tables Miss after Adding New Slave
Date Thu, 11 Mar 2010 00:08:37 GMT
Thanks Stack. It is very helpful for my future use.

From: "Stack" <stack@duboce.net>
Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2010 11:59 PM
To: <hbase-user@hadoop.apache.org>
Subject: Re: Tables Miss after Adding New Slave

> 2010/3/10  <sallonchina@hotmail.com>:
>> Hi, everyone. I set up a hadoop cluster with 3 nodes: one mater and two 
>> slaves. Recently I want to add a new node as a slave to it. After 
>> configuration, the HDFS and HBase work, however, I found some tables in 
>> HBase previously disappear. I browse hbase directory in HDFS and found 
>> directories of the missing tables. Does anyone encounter the same 
>> situations or is there someone can help me to recover these tables? 
>> thanks!
> Perhaps the node carrying the .META. region -- the catalog table that
> has table info -- was killed before it had time to flush its edits so
> added table edits were lost?
> You could playing with the ./bin/add_table.rb script.  See the head of
> the script for how to use it.  This should restore your tables by
> reading the content of the filesystem adding back the missing edits to
> .META..
> In future, be careful how you close down your cluster.  You could try
> flushing .META. first before running shutdown by doing the following
> in the shell:
> hbase> flush ".META."
> St.Ack

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