-Re:Re: [pig-0.10.0]: what jar are included in pig-0.10.0.jar and pig-0.10.0-withouthadoop.jar?
Thanks. Totally agree with you.
At 2012-05-22 18:25:13,"praveenesh kumar" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>As far as I know pig-0.10.0-withouthadoop.jar is generally used when you
>want to use your own distribution of hadoop to use with PIG. Having said
>that, yes it won't include any hadoop dependencies. If you want to use
>hadoop jar files from a external hadoop package, just use
>pig-0.10.0-withouthadoop.jar, and put hadoop jar files and hadoop
>dependencies in pig classpath, this is how I am doing it.
>Also put pig-0.10.0-wihouthadoop.jar in HADOOP_CLASSPATH also, just to be
>in safe side (although its not required).
>On Tue, May 22, 2012 at 1:58 PM, IGZ Nick <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> 1. I guess so, not sure though.. I haven't checked.
>> 2. You can do a jar -tvf <jar file> to find out which classes are present
>> in a particular jar. You can do a jar -xvf <jar file> to extract the jar
>> file ot the current dir.
>> 3. If point no. 1 is true, this should surely work!
>> On Mon, May 21, 2012 at 8:33 AM, lulynn_2008 <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > I found two jar files in pig-0.10.0 package: pig-0.10.0.jar and
>> > pig-0.10.0-withouthadoop.jar.
>> > I have questions about them:
>> > 1. Seems the differences between these two jars are: pig-0.10.0.jar
>> > includes all the dependencies of pig, and pig-0.10.0-withouthadoop.jar
>> > includes the dependencies besides hadoop and hadoop dependencies. Am I
>> > right?
>> > 2. How to get the jar files list in the two jar files? I mean how can I
>> > know what dependencies are included in the two jar files?
>> > 3. If I want to use hadoop jar files from a external hadoop package,
>> > should I just use pig-0.10.0-withouthadoop.jar, and put hadoop jar files
>> > and hadoop dependencies in pig classpath?
>> > Thanks.