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From Stack <st...@duboce.net>
Subject Re: Performance testing and tuning
Date Fri, 11 Dec 2015 17:25:43 GMT
On Wed, Dec 9, 2015 at 8:14 PM, Abraham Tom <work2much@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all
> does anybody have scripts or examples to do performance tests and
> benchmarks on scans
> We are using cloudera 2.5.5 hbase 1.0
> and most interaction is via Node.js through Thrift.
> we have a table thats currently about 20 million rows
> key is code|account|2ndCode|2ndAccount|datetime|
> unique_id
> we do a lot of scans on datetime in reverse

Date is stored in reverse order or you are scanning in reverse?

> The scan use to take less than a second when the table was under 5 million,
> but lately its been about 10 sec now that we are about 20 million rows
You are scanning whole table or just a range? Has how much you are scanning
changed? Any filters? Do you do deletes? Does major compacting change the
performance you are seeing?

> Native API out of the question due to Node.js, so it has to be thrift
> no column qualifiers either
> but wanted to test native before thrift.  Any github repos or ideas would
> be helpful
You could test with YCSB or with the bundled PerformanceEvaluation, both
have 'scan' tests, but it seems like something particular to how you are
querying that you'd like to fix.


> --
> Abraham Tom
> Email:   work2much@gmail.com  <work2much@gmail.com>

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