|| at Jul 31, 2013 at 7:34 pm
hadoop fs -dus /hbase is the right way to find out hbase DB size please.
Also, df -h gives me 6.4GB but cloudera disk usage shows 52 GB / 950 GB. Is
it a bug in CM free edition?
Once again thanks
On Wednesday, July 31, 2013 3:17:35 PM UTC-4, Philip Zeyliger wrote:
That's the disk usage for your entire host, including the operating
system, etc. It's roughly equivalent to typing "df" on that host.
Could you please respond?
On Tuesday, July 30, 2013 2:52:10 PM UTC-4, gmu...@gmail.com wrote:
My cluster has hadoop/hbase with one big table. I am trying to find out
the hbase db size.
1) When I run hadoop fs -dus /hbase/table_name, it returns 330074059 (
Is this the right way to find the db size?
2) Also, If I run hadoop fs -dus /, it returns 407.3m.
When I click on the Cloudera Manager (Free edition) -> Hosts,
Disk Usage column for a single node shows 52 GB / 950 GB.
Where is 52GM is coming from please?