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From Manjeet Singh <manjeet.chand...@gmail.com>
Subject Hbase Replication || Impact on cluster || Storage
Date Sun, 15 Jan 2017 05:45:20 GMT
Hi All,

I have question regarding Hbase replication
The clusters participating in replication can be of different sizes. The
master cluster relies on randomization to attempt to balance the stream of
replication on the slave clusters. It is expected that the slave cluster
has storage capacity to hold the replicated data. If a slave cluster does
not have this memory or is inaccessible for other reasons, it throws an
error and the master retains the WAL and retries the replication at
intervals

so based on above information what if destination cluster goes down so does
it mean replicated data will start retail slave data (replicated Wals) in
Master cluster memory?
if its true can we not disable it?

Thanks
Manjeet

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