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From Giorgi Jvaridze <giorgi.jvari...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Decreasing write speed over time
Date Tue, 19 Jun 2012 13:56:00 GMT
Hi thanks for answer,

I've attached image of the chart.
Write performance is going down by the time. and never goes up.
As you can see on chart there are spikes but beside that generally write
performance goes down over time.


On Tue, Jun 19, 2012 at 3:21 PM, Anoop Sam John <anoopsj@huawei.com> wrote:

> Hi
>   Sorry I was not able to access your chart of put perf. Is it like the
> performance gradually coming down and at some point again getting better
> all of a sudden?  [some spikes in graph]
> It may be because of HBASE-3484
> You can check the memstore size that u have given and see whether the
> spikes coming at the memstore flush time and then again perf going down
> gradually...
> -Anoop-
> __________
> From: Giorgi Jvaridze [giorgi.jvaridze@gmail.com]
> Sent: Monday, June 18, 2012 7:28 PM
> To: user@hbase.apache.org
> Subject: Decreasing write speed over time
> Hello list,
> I have Hbase (CDH4) setup of a master and 4 region servers (8 core 2.0GHz,
> 6GB of RAM and 6 100GB disks per data node). All of them are virtual
> machines.
> I'm writing into a table using single thread w/ auto flush off.
> Ids are increased by one and then reversed. Data is a string with average
> length 150 chars.
> I'm measuring time needed for writing one million rows. At first I got
> quite good results, it could write about 40-50K rows in a second but after
> time this speed decreased.
> I have a chart showing how It has been decreased by the time and data got
> bigger. At the end of chart it's about 2 billion rows inserted.
> http://i.minus.com/iRFtEoVJVsFso.png
> Is this expected behavior for this kind of setup or something could went
> wrong and I should check it up?
> Thanks!
> Giorgi

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