As an open source, distributed, big data store, HBase scales to billions of rows, with millions
of columns and sits on top of the clusters of commodity machines. If you are looking for a way
to store and access a huge amount of data in real time, then look no further than HBase.
HBase Administration Cookbook provides practical examples and simple step-by-step
instructions for you to administrate HBase with ease. The recipes cover a wide range of
processes for managing a fully distributed, highly available HBase cluster on the cloud.
I first encountered Hadoop in the fall of 2008 when I was working on an internet
crawl and analysis project at Verisign. My team was making discoveries similar to those
that Doug Cutting and others at Nutch had made several years earlier regarding how
to efficiently store and manage terabytes of crawled and analyzed data. At the time, we
were getting by with our home-grown distributed system, but the influx of a new data
stream and requirements to join that stream with our crawl data couldn’t be supported
by our existing system in the required timelines....
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Application-Level Failover and Disaster Recover y in a Hyper-V Environment
12. When the node resumes operation, if necessary move the groups to this node and perform the maintenance tasks on the remaining nodes in the cluster. 13. After completing the maintenance tasks on all the failover cluster nodes, close Failover Cluster Management and log off of the server.
Removing Nodes from a Failover Cluster
Cluster nodes can be removed from a cluster for a number of reasons, and this process can be accomplished quite easily.