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From Jerome Boulon <>
Subject Re: [jira] [Commented] (CHUKWA-589) Functionality allowing collectors to close .chukwa files at a fixed offset inside the rotateInterval
Date Mon, 20 Jun 2011 22:15:41 GMT
Yea, _JB_ should be changed to something else ;-)
That's something I may have done as a quick workaround ...

On 6/20/11 2:52 PM, "Bill Graham (JIRA)" <> wrote:

>    [ 
>ment-13052241 ] 
>Bill Graham commented on CHUKWA-589:
>Looks good to me too although I'd like to request one more small change.
>In TestChukwaWriters you re-use the "testChukwaWriters_JB_" directory
>prefix used in the test data. Can you change that to something that
>implies the test name, so its content can be mapped to the test.
>Something like "testChukwaWriters_testSeqWriterFixedCloseInterval_".
>I'm not sure how the "_JB_" convention was introduced in the pre-existing
>test in that class (maybe Jerome's initials?), but you might a well
>correct that in the other test as well (i.e.
>> Functionality allowing collectors to close .chukwa files at a fixed
>>offset inside the rotateInterval
>>                 Key: CHUKWA-589
>>                 URL:
>>             Project: Chukwa
>>          Issue Type: New Feature
>>          Components: data collection
>>    Affects Versions: 0.5.0
>>            Reporter: Himanshu Gahlot
>>         Attachments: CHUKWA-589_1.patch, CHUKWA-589_2.patch
>> We have a system built on top of Chukwa that introduces the need to
>>have all .chukwa files for a given rotateInterval closed and available
>>at a predictable time.  Currently, we are experience some drift in the
>>times that the sequence files are closed due to the way the TimerTask is
>>scheduled in the SeqFileWriter class.  We would like to submit a
>>solution that will allow people to configure the time all collectors
>>should close their files for processing in a given interval, while still
>>supporting the default functionality.
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