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HBase Forum

Bulk read from Hbase table

  • #51885
    SambaSivaRao Y


    We need to read Hbase table rows of volume about 100Million.
    For mapper, It is taking 2 minutes to read 1Lakh rows on a single machine.
    We are using “TableMapReduceUtil” for reading from the Hbase table.

    Could you please help us to tune this job.


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  • #54432
    Cao Yu

    Are you rows is seriation ?
    if you rows is seriation,you can using HbaseAPI.
    Java class for “scan” and function for setStartKey,setEndKey

    that can be query a row region

    English is not good,don’t care my syntax error,just you can understand is nice

    SambaSivaRao Y

    Thanks for your reply CaoYu, I’ll check and let you know.

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