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From Ted Yu <yuzhih...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Bucket cache causes region server status page to use 1GB ram
Date Wed, 07 Oct 2015 22:19:43 GMT
bq. which seems of limited use to me

Agree.

Mind logging an improvement JIRA ?

Cheers

On Wed, Oct 7, 2015 at 12:00 PM, James Hartshorn <jhartshorn@connexity.com>
wrote:

> Since we started using the HBase bucket cache I've noticed the region
> server status pages not loading completely in Chrome, and causing
> significant performance problems on Firefox.  After some investigation I
> realized the page itself is huge:
>
>
>
> wc -l HBase-Region-Server-hb22.html
> 2010116 HBase-Region-Server-hb22.html
>
> ls -lah HBase-Region-Server-hb22.html
> 32M Oct  6 19:23 HBase-Region-Server-hb22.html
>
> Firefox "about:memory":
> ?  ???1,330.18 MB (48.22%) -- top(
> http://hb9.prod1.connexity.net:60030/rs-status#bc_l2, id=2010)
> ?  ?  ???1,329.61 MB (48.20%) -- active/window(
> http://hb9.prod1.connexity.net:60030/rs-status#bc_l2)
>
>
>
> It looks like it's loading a thing for each bucket, though it's not
> displayed unless you click L2, which usually just hangs the browser, on
> success you get a very very long list of all the buckets, their size and
> occupancy, which seems of limited use to me.
>
>
> Is there a way to stop the regionserver from sending this info for each
> page load?
>
>
> (If having a few hundred thousand buckets is completely wrong don't worry,
> I'll be asking about that too soon).
>

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