To continue with your current design, you could create a trie based on shared
Alternatively, you could use what the maildir mail storage format uses:
Just check with the second one that all of the characters you support in email
addresses are supported in znode names.
From: "Joshua Tuberville" <joshuatubervi...@eharmony.com>
Sent: Monday, January 12, 2009 7:53pm
To: "'email@example.com'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Maximum number of children
We are attempting to use ZooKeeper to coordinate daily email thresholds. To do
this we created a node hierarchy of
The idea being that we only send the template to an email address once per day.
This is intended to support millions of email hashes per day. From the
ZooKeeper perspective we just attempt a create and if it succeeds we proceed
and if we get a node exists exception we stop processing. This seems to
operate fine for over 2 million email hashes so far in testing. However we
also want to prune all previous days nodes to conserve memory. We have run
into a hard limit while using the getChildren method for a given
/root/template/date. If the List of children exceeds the hardcoded 4,194,304
byte limit ClientCnxn$SendThread.readLength() throws an exception on line 490.
So we have an issue that we can not delete a node that has children nor is it
possible to delete a node who has children whose total names exceed 4 Mb.
Any feedback or guidance is appreciated.