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From universal localhost <universal.localh...@gmail.com>
Subject Much larger rowkey as compared to the value
Date Tue, 08 Apr 2014 21:24:57 GMT
Hey All,

Can someone please suggest on the optimizations in Phoenix or Hbase that I
can benefit from
for the case where *Rowkeys are much larger as compared to the column
values*.

In my case, Rowkeys have timestamp.

RowKey schema:  *DATELOGGED, ORGNAME,* INSTANCEID, TXID
Column TXID is a sequence number.

I have read a little about DATA_BLOCK_ENCODING and learned that it can
benefit the in-cache key compression.

I am hoping that by using this compression I can get away with large
rowkeys...
Any suggestions on how it will affect the query performance?

--Uni

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