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comment Hbase catalog tables custom location
I don't know of a permanent way of "pinning" the ROOT and META to hosts. However, to do an experiment, you can move ROOT and META by temporary shutting down (for a minute or two) the regionserver that they are hosted on. After the regionserver is back, check that ROOT and META migrated, and see if that reduces the network flow between the regionservers. If not, then it's something else: e.g. hadoop datanodes are usually sharing hosts with hbase. Datanodes replicate all data across to the other host(s). Regionservers also read and write remotely to datanodes on other hosts.
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comment How to capture retransmitted packet info with tcpdump?
I'll take a script that does f=/sys/kernel/debug/tracing/events/skb/tcp_retransmit_skb/enable; echo 1 > $f; sleep 10; echo 0 > $f and then parses /sys/kernel/debug/tracing/trace
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