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Hbase replication – limit network bandwith

  • #28605
    Francois BORIE
    Participant

    Hello guys,

    I’ve set up successfully Hbase replication between 2 HDP clusters.

    I use the second one for disaster recovery.

    The problem is my 2 datacenters are far away from each other, and I’m afraid the network link between them get flooded in case of high loading of data in my primary cluster.

    Is there any way to limit the network bandwith used for replication at Hbase level (some parameter …) ? I didn’t find any documentation about that specific topic.

    Many thanks !

    Regards,

    François

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