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org.eclipse.jgit.storage.hbase ------------------------------ This package is a trivial implementation of the org.eclipse.jgit.storage.dht.spi interface, binding JGit's generic DHT storage onto the Apache HBase NoSQL database. Download HBsae 0.90.0 and unpack the distribution. To experiment with a single node cluster, start the node locally in the background: hbase-0.90.0/bin/start-hbase.sh To later stop this single node cluster: hbase-0.90.0/bin/stop-hbase.sh Compile this package, you may need JGit first: (cd ../jgit && mvn clean install) mvn clean package Initialize the HBase schema (do this once per cluster): java -jar target/jgit-hbase.jar \ hbase-create-schema \ git+hbase://localhost/test The hostname ("localhost") denotes the ZooKeeper nodes to contact to find the HBase master server. The schema prefix path component ("test") is the prefix to apply to all Git tables, keeping them seperated from other tables that may also run in the same cluster. The schema prefix may not itself contain '/'. Create a repository: java -jar target/jgit-hbase.jar \ hbase-init \ git+hbase://localhost/test/jgit.git A git+hbase repository URI has the obvious hostname component ("localhost"), followed by the schema prefix ("test"), and the remainder of the URI is the repository name. Launch a Git daemon, which needs at least 800M to handle the linux-2.6 repository. Currently JGit's DHT implementation holds onto the entire pack during receive, to implement delta resolution efficiently. java -Xmx800m -jar target/jgit-hbase.jar \ hbase-daemon \ --enable receive-pack git+hbase://localhost/test Push to it: git push git://localhost/jgit.git master Clone from it: git clone git://localhost/jgit.git