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Automatic sharding: HBase tables are distributed on the cluster via regions, and regions are automatically split and re-distributed as your data grows
2018/04/08 03:16
Automatic RegionServer failover
2018/04/08 03:16
HBase is not an "eventually consistent" DataStore.
2018/04/08 03:15
HBase supports HDFS out of the box as its distributed file system.
2018/04/08 03:16
set the JAVA_HOME environment variable before starting HBase
2018/04/17 12:52
conf/hbase-env.sh. Edit this file, uncomment the line starting with JAVA_HOME, and set it to the appropriate location for your operating system.
2018/04/17 12:52
specify the directory on the local filesystem where HBase and ZooKeeper write data and acknowledge some risks
2018/04/17 12:52
Edit conf/hbase-site.xml,
2018/04/17 12:53
You do not need to create the HBase data directory. HBase will do this for you
2018/04/17 12:54
The bin/start-hbase.sh script is provided as a convenient way to start HBase.
2018/04/17 12:57
You can use the jps command to verify that you have one running process called HMaster
2018/04/17 12:57