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HBase Benchmarking for Multi-Threaded Environment

This weekend I attempted to figure out how HBase writes perform in multi-threaded environments.  […]

I used three variants to write records into HBase:

  1. Use one HTable for every write
    1. HTable is created using a singleton instance of HBaseConfiguration
    2. HTable is created using new instance of HBaseConfiguration (Why? - I wanted to check how the behavior changes if connections to servers are not shared.  Reference: HTable and HConnectionManager documentation)
  2. Use HTablePool

Not really a benchmark, but you could probably use the GitHub code to build one.

Original title and link: HBase Benchmarking for Multi-Threaded Environment (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.srikanthps.com/2011/06/hbase-benchmarking-for-multi-threaded.html