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From you Zhuang <>
Subject Is there a way to specify split num or reducer num when creating phoenix table ?
Date Thu, 29 Aug 2019 08:11:32 GMT
I have a chronological series of data. Data row like dt, r1 ,r2 ,r3 ,r4 ,r5 ,r6 ,d1 ,d2 ,d3
,d4 , d5 …

And dt is format  as  20190829 , increasing monotonically, such as 20190830,20190831...

The query pattern is some like select * from table where dt between 20180620 and  20190829
and r3 = ? And r6 = ?;

Dt is mandatory, remain filter is some random combination of r1 to r6, selected columns are
always  all columns *.

I have made dt,r1,r2,… r6 to be compound primary key. The create table clause is below:

CREATE TABLE app.table(
 Dt integer not null ,
 R1 integer not null,
 R2 integer not null,
 R3 integer not null,
 R4 integer not null,
 R5 integer not null,
 R6 integer not null,

 D1 decimal(30,6),
 D2 decimal(30,6),
 D3 decimal(30,6),
 D4 decimal(30,6),
 D5 decimal(30,6),
 D6 decimal(30,6)

 CONSTRAINT pk PRIMARY KEY (dt,r1,r2,r3,r4,r5,r6)
'org.apache.hadoop.hbase.regionserver.ConstantSizeRegionSplitPolicy', MAX_FILESIZE = '5000000000’;

I have 3 region server so I determine SALT_BUCKETS = 3.

But when I initially load table data with csvbulkload tool , the  dt ranges from  20180620
to 20190829, data size is about 1T,

Csvbulkload map reduce shows 3 partitions for reducer, It  always failed due to so small partitions.

I increase SALT_BUCKETS = 512, but max SALT_BUCKETS = 256, I set it to 256 but not works.

I know I can split on (…)  when creating table, but I don’t know how to determine the
point , and hundreds of points is scaring.

So Is there a way to specify split num or reducer num when creating phoenix table ? 

I will be expecting any advice for tuning this scenario.

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