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From Jean-Marc Spaggiari <jean-m...@spaggiari.org>
Subject Re: HBase use how much hdfs storage space
Date Wed, 11 Sep 2013 11:40:45 GMT
Hi Kun,

If you already have your table, then you can "simply" use the hadoop
command line tool to get this information.

As en example:
$ bin/hadoop fs -du /hbase/
Found 21 items
4811          hdfs://node3:9000/hbase/-ROOT-
1807799       hdfs://node3:9000/hbase/.META.
0             hdfs://node3:9000/hbase/.archive
0             hdfs://node3:9000/hbase/.corrupt
0             hdfs://node3:9000/hbase/.hbck
0             hdfs://node3:9000/hbase/.logs
0             hdfs://node3:9000/hbase/.oldlogs
0             hdfs://node3:9000/hbase/.tmp
45493173      hdfs://node3:9000/hbase/dns
38            hdfs://node3:9000/hbase/hbase.id
3             hdfs://node3:9000/hbase/hbase.version
254783827985  hdfs://node3:9000/hbase/page
134416542     hdfs://node3:9000/hbase/page_proposed
223546827963  hdfs://node3:9000/hbase/work_proposed
276434748     hdfs://node3:9000/hbase/work_sent

As you can see, "page" is my biggest table with 237GB.

JM


2013/9/11 kun yan <yankunhadoop@gmail.com>

> Hi all How can I know HBase in a table, the table using HDFS storage
> space? What
> is the command or in the HBase web page I can see?(version 0.94 hbase)
>
>
> --
>
> In the Hadoop world, I am just a novice, explore the entire Hadoop
> ecosystem, I hope one day I can contribute their own code
>
> YanBit
> yankunhadoop@gmail.com
>

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