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    • Type: Sub-task Sub-task
    • Status: Resolved
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: hbase-11339
    • Fix Version/s: hbase-11339
    • Component/s: Compaction, master
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      Description

      From the design doc, mob files are not involved in the normal HBase compaction process. This means deleted mobs would still take up space and that we never really merge mob files that accrue over time. Currently, MOBs depend on two external tools:

      1) A TTL cleaner that removes mobs that have passed their TTL or exceeded minVersions.
      2) A 'sweep tool' cleaner that remove mobs that have had their references deleted and merges small files into larger ones.

      Today the tools are triggered by admins. The longer term goal would be to integrate them into hbase such that by default mobs are cleaned. The tools will be preserved however so that advanced admins can disable automatic cleanups and manually trigger these compaction like operaitons. #1 would likely be a chore in the master while #2 requires some design work to integrate into hbase.

      1. HBASE-11646-0918-bad.patch
        160 kB
        Jonathan Hsieh
      2. HBASE-11644-Sep-19-V2.patch
        162 kB
        Jingcheng Du
      3. HBASE-11644-Sep-19.diff
        162 kB
        Jingcheng Du
      4. HBASE-11644-Sep-18.diff
        158 kB
        Jingcheng Du
      5. HBASE-11644-Sep-16.diff
        157 kB
        Jingcheng Du
      6. HBASE-11644-Sep-16.diff
        157 kB
        Jingcheng Du
      7. HBASE-11644-Sep-15.diff
        157 kB
        Jingcheng Du
      8. HBASE-11644.diff
        137 kB
        Jingcheng Du

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            Jingcheng Du
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            Jingcheng Du
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