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From Anoop John <anoop.hb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: indexedWALEditCodec may break hbase replication
Date Tue, 16 May 2017 11:29:59 GMT
You might be hitting the issue PHOENIX-2477.  The fix is there in
4.7.0.   Can u  pls try with this version and report back.

-Anoop-

On Mon, May 15, 2017 at 10:20 PM, Yi Liang <easyliangjob@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>    I am trying use Phoenix to put data, and seems hbase replication can not
> work. Below is my detail steps I followed. BTW, I am using hbase 1.2.4 and
> phoenix 4.6
>
> (1) Enable HBase replication, like setting hbase.replication=true.
> //HBase replication works fine without Phoenix after step (1)
>
> (2) Change WALCellCodec to IndexedWALEditCodec in hbase-site.xml on both
> source and destination cluster
> (3) Using Phoenix create command to create same table on both source and
> destination cluster, (Notice that I just create a normal table, and did not
> create index on this table)
> (4) Run Add_peers  to add destination as replication peers in source
> cluster hbase shell
> (5) For the table created in Phoenix, alter its replication_scope in hbase
> shell to enable its replication.
> (6) Using UPSERT command in Phoenix to put data.
> //After step (2) to (4), the data only inserted into source cluster, but
> not into destination cluster
>
> (7) Change IndexedWALEditCodec back to WALCellCodec,
> //the replication works fine now, the data UPSERT at source phoenix now
> replicated to destination cluster.
>
> So, I guess there might be more configuration I need to do, or the
> IndexedWALEditCodec may break the replication.
>
> Thanks
>
> Yi

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