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From Bill Graham <>
Subject Re: How to use TsProcessor ?
Date Mon, 13 Jun 2011 15:56:04 GMT
Apologies, but the documentation around processor configs is somewhat out
dated (CHUKWA-538).

For one, TsProcessor is not the default. DefaultProcessor is. You can change
this with the chukwa.demux.mapper.default.processor setting.

Also, ithe docs don't include some enhancements to TsProcessor to make it
more multi-purpose. It can handle any data type passed to it as long as it
can parse out the date. See this JIRA for how to override the default or the
per-dataType date parsing logic:

Eric is best to field the HBase schema question.

On Mon, Jun 13, 2011 at 1:57 AM, DKN <> wrote:

> I am just wondering if TsProcessor is a generic de-mux processor ? Is there
> a
> documentation for what is TsProcessor and if there is a customizable way of
> using it for generic data types defined ? I wanted to extend a demux
> processor for log processing and came to know that TsProcessor is default
> in
> this wiki link :
> I also couldn't see this table definition for HBase (in the hbase.schema).
> Where can I find the schema that I can create the table definitions in
> HBase
> ..
> Thanks in advance.
> Cheers, DKN
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