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From Lavrenty Eskin <lavrenty.es...@NetCracker.com>
Subject Numbers low-level format in Phoenix
Date Thu, 08 Jan 2015 08:44:07 GMT
Helo all,
I'm surprised that phoenix store numbers not in HBase 'Byte' format. Looks like a big overhead
there, isn't it?
Just takes 1234567890 value (0х499602D2):
Phoenix stores that as string '\x00\x00\x00\x00I\x96\x02\xD2'
But why it cannot store as in HBase format value=[B@499602d2 ?

Another issue is why it write wrong bytes if you write from HBase shell? :
Bytes.toBytes(1234567890)       -->>    value=[B@13217cf6,
Bytes.toBytes(1234567890L)      -->>    value=[B@3caab4f


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