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Re: [Geeknight-Dallas] HBase setup -- which version?

From: Greg H.
Sent on: Sunday, August 5, 2012 7:25 PM
homebrew was at version 0.94.0.

Day 1 is pretty quick (assuming your hbase install goes smoothly), Day 2 is where it's at though.  The authors have a script to pull about 8GB of Wikipedia data into an HBase instance! I loaded about 1GB before killing the script.  I'm excited that we get more than just toy examples in this chapter.

~Greg

On Aug 5, 2012, at 2:06 PM, R. Jensen wrote:

> OK. I seem to be having some success with the hbase[masked] version.
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> (See the discussion board -- I had some trouble with the latest stable[masked])
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> Everyone have their hbase instance installed?
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> Richard Jensen
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