Apologies, I don’t have an answer to your question.
Could I ask a separate question please? Is your cluster on AWS?
I have Apache Phoenix installed on a 5 node cluster with 3 zookeeper nodes on AWS. Also using Phoenix 4.2 with Hbase 0.98.6 from CDH5.3.2. I put the phoenix server and client jars in the hbase class path on all nodes and restarted the cluster. The phoenix command line works on the cluster and running a JDBC app on the cluster returns data.
The problem is that I can’t run a JDBC app outside the cluster.
I've read that the link below that there is an issue on AWS where internal and external IPs get confused and zookeeper can't connect to HBase properly. Did you have this problem?
As suggested in the link I solved this by creating aliases in /etc/hosts on the machines in the cluster pointing at internal IP addresses, then on my local desktop using the same aliases but pointing to the external IPs. Then, altered my cluster setup to use aliases everywhere instead of IP addresses. I could run the app on my local machine. But modifying cloud era config files to point to aliases on the servers ultimately breaks cloudera and isn’t a viable solution long term.
we're currently using Phoenix 4.2 with Hbase 0.98.6 from CDH5.3.2 on our cluster and we're experiencing some perf issues.
What we need to do is a full table scan over 1 billion rows. We've got 50 regionservers and approximatively 1000 regions of 1Gb equally distributed on these rs (which means ~20 regions per rs). Each node has 14 disks and 12 cores.
A simple "Select count(1) from table" is currently taking 400~500 sec.
We noticed that a range scan over 2 regions located on 2 different rs seems to be done in parallel (taking 15~20 sec) but a range scan over 2 regions of a single rs is taking twice this time (about 30~40 sec). We experience the same result with more than 2 regions.
Could this mean that parallelization is done at a regionserver level but not a region level ? in this case 400~500 seconds seems legit with 20~25 regions per rs. We expected regions of a single rs to be scanned in parallel, is this a normal behavior or are we doing something wrong ?
Thanks for your help
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