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Approaches to Backup and Disaster Recovery in HBase

This shouldmust be part of your HBase operational manual:

Let’s start with the least disruptive, smallest data footprint, least performance-impactful mechanism and work our way up to the most disruptive, forklift-style tool:

  • Snapshots
  • Replication
  • Export
  • CopyTable
  • HTable API
  • Offline backup of HDFS data

HBase backup strategies

When you return to the office after the winter holiday make sure you take a copy of this with you and pass it around.

Original title and link: Approaches to Backup and Disaster Recovery in HBase (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://blog.cloudera.com/blog/2013/11/approaches-to-backup-and-disaster-recovery-in-hbase/