Example: create_table.sh

create_table.sh is used to set up MapR-DB to accepts puts from OpenTSDB. This example create_table.sh script was updated to work with MapR-DB tables.

Note the changed sections for the *_TABLE variables.

#!/bin/sh
# Small script to setup the HBase tables used by OpenTSDB.

test -n "$HBASE_HOME" || {
  echo >&2 'The environment variable HBASE_HOME must be set'
  exit 1
}
test -d "$HBASE_HOME" || {
  echo >&2 "No such directory: HBASE_HOME=$HBASE_HOME"
  exit 1
}

TSDB_TABLE=${TSDB_TABLE-'/tsdb'}
UID_TABLE=${UID_TABLE-'/tsdb-uid'}
TREE_TABLE=${TREE_TABLE-'/tsdb-tree'}
META_TABLE=${META_TABLE-'/tsdb-meta'}
BLOOMFILTER=${BLOOMFILTER-'ROW'}
# LZO requires lzo2 64bit to be installed + the hadoop-gpl-compression jar.
COMPRESSION=${COMPRESSION-'LZO'}
# All compression codec names are upper case (NONE, LZO, SNAPPY, etc).
COMPRESSION=`echo "$COMPRESSION" | tr a-z A-Z`

case $COMPRESSION in
  (NONE|LZO|GZIP|SNAPPY)  :;;  # Known good.
  (*)
    echo >&2 "warning: compression codec '$COMPRESSION' might not be supported."
    ;;
esac

# HBase scripts also use a variable named `HBASE_HOME', and having this
# variable in the environment with a value somewhat different from what
# they expect can confuse them in some cases.  So rename the variable.
hbh=$HBASE_HOME
unset HBASE_HOME
exec "$hbh/bin/hbase" shell <<EOF
create '$UID_TABLE',
  {NAME => 'id', COMPRESSION => '$COMPRESSION', BLOOMFILTER => '$BLOOMFILTER'},
  {NAME => 'name', COMPRESSION => '$COMPRESSION', BLOOMFILTER => '$BLOOMFILTER'}

create '$TSDB_TABLE',
  {NAME => 't', VERSIONS => 1, COMPRESSION => '$COMPRESSION', BLOOMFILTER => '$BLOOMFILTER'}

create '$TREE_TABLE',
  {NAME => 't', VERSIONS => 1, COMPRESSION => '$COMPRESSION', BLOOMFILTER => '$BLOOMFILTER'}

create '$META_TABLE',
  {NAME => 'name', COMPRESSION => '$COMPRESSION', BLOOMFILTER => '$BLOOMFILTER'}
EOF