sudharshan 2010-11-12, 01:33
If you are using Java Servlet, then you can use HDFS Java API
directly. Use FileSystem.listStatus instead of call shell, and put
core-site.xml hdfs-site.xml on your classpath.
If you are using other programming language, maybe you can try HDFS's
On Fri, Nov 12, 2010 at 9:33 AM, sudharshan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> My question might be a numb but this is where I am stuck now please bear with
> me . Basically I want to execute bin/hadoop dfs -ls when a user in a web
> page clicks a button and displays 0 if the command is executed successfully
> and -1 if not executed. I have a script which runs when the user clicks the
> button in the web page. The script contains a system call of
> system(bin/hadoop dfs -ls) . But it is not been executed due to file
> permission of hdfs when issued from www.
> After googling I came to know that hdfs executes commands by identifying the
> user only as a superuser. I tried to change the posix permissions of hdfs
> but it took no effect. So can some one help me out?
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