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From vikashtalanki <vtala...@visa.com>
Subject Re: For multiple local indexes on Phoenix table only one local index table is being created in HBase
Date Wed, 29 Jun 2016 08:35:38 GMT
Hi Vamsi,

Creating a single hbase table for all LOCAL indexes of a phoenix data table
is a regular/expected behavior.
Phoenix local indexes targets write heavy use cases hence maintaining data
table and single index table in same region server prevents network overhead
during writes.

If you want to create a separate hbase table for each index table, you can
create global indexes(create index command without 'LOCAL' work creates
global indexes) that are targeted for read heavy use cases.




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