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Thanks for the response.
Well the hanging of BN and its consequences seem to be a scary situation.
So when using a CN, in case of a NN failure...we would loose the edits after
the last checkpoint, but it seems to be a decent trade-off for the stability
which the Backup Node might lack.

On Tue, May 24, 2011 at 6:12 PM, Todd Lipcon wrote:

Hi Sulabh,

Neither of these nodes have been "productionized" -- so I don't think
anyone would have a good answer for you about what works in
production. They are only available in 0.21 and haven't had any
substantial QA.

One of the potential issues with the BN is that it can delay the
logging of edits by the primary NN, if the BN were to hang or go
offline. The CN would not have such an issue.

-Todd
On Tue, May 24, 2011 at 5:08 PM, sulabh choudhury wrote:
As far as my understanding goes, I feel that Backup node is much more
efficient then the Checkpoint node, as it has the current(up-to-date) copy
of file system too.
I do not understand what would be the use case (in a production
environment)
tin which someone would prefer Checkpoint node over Backup node, or I should
ask, what do people generally prefer of the two and why ?


--
Todd Lipcon
Software Engineer, Cloudera

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