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Subject [GitHub] [phoenix] gokceni commented on issue #457: PHOENIX-5190 Implement TaskRegionObserver for Index rebuild
Date Thu, 14 Mar 2019 21:09:16 GMT
gokceni commented on issue #457:  PHOENIX-5190 Implement TaskRegionObserver for Index rebuild
URL: https://github.com/apache/phoenix/pull/457#issuecomment-473063826
 
 
   @kadirozde (and @gjacoby126)  for this comment:
   "Have one thread that goes through the system task table and maps the task type to its
class, creates an instance of it with task attributes and finally calls the run method of
the instance."
   
   If we do it like this, don't we tie both tasks to a single thread?
   From the discussion we had, I thought we said each task having their own thread. Right
now, there is 2. If we keep adding different task types, they will all run on 1 thread. Also,
we might want to run them on different intervals (some tasks might not be that frequent, some
might). What do you think?
   
   

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