Visioner Sadak 2012-11-05, 12:20
Harsh J 2012-11-05, 13:56
Hey Thanks a ton Harsh You Rock !!!!!!!!!!
On Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 7:26 PM, Harsh J <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi Visioner,
> If you aren't using HA, you will need two SNNs - one that checkpoints
> IP1 and the other for IP2. If you lack more hardware, you may probably
> reside them on each other (i.e. SNN of IP2 on IP1, etc.) although this
> wouldn't work so well after a while (when metadata at each NN has
> grown much), but for starters this is good enough I guess.
> The ResourceManager/NodeManager are YARN daemons useful for processing
> data. If your need is just storage, you are correct in not needing
> them deployed.
> You are also correct on the federated NNs part. If a file resides in
> the NS of IP1, you need to access IP1 to fetch its details.
> On Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 5:50 PM, Visioner Sadak <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > Hello friends i have configured a 3 node federated hadoop cluster with 2
> > namenodes and 3 datanodes
> > 2 namenodes -- ip1,ip2
> > 3 datanodes --ip1,ip2,ip3
> > wht nodes shud i make as my secondary namenode,is it mandatory to have
> > resource manager and node manager,i m using hadoop just for storing
> > so i dunt need them
> > some data goes into namenode 1 which is ip1, some goes in to namenode 2
> > which is ip2
> > i hope i cant access the data of nn1 using nn2 ip or any nn ip in my
> > right,
> > i can access data only using the nn1 ip for nn1 data ....correct me if i
> > wrong...
> Harsh J