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From Pablo Medina <pablomedin...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: HBase and HDFS replication
Date Thu, 28 Nov 2013 23:18:18 GMT
Take a look at the zookeeper session timeout. The ephemeral node of the rs
going down will be deleted when session is expired and then other
regionservers will race to take ownership of the regions being down. The
default session timeout is too high so I think it may be related to the
problem you are facing.
El 28/11/2013 09:55, "Andrea" <andrea.gandini.89@gmail.com> escribió:

> I'm glad to follow up to my post telling you that regions which are down go
> up to the other nodes after about 20 minutes! I've only have to wait a
> little
> more than i did...
> But there is no a way to reduce this time? I mean, about 20 minutes to wait
> the regions recovered is too long! There is not a property for hdfs-site or
> hbase-site in which I could tell set this time?
> Thank for the help!

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