Its a good question. Even I'd like to know the answer.
But from the sqoop documentation site, this may help you speed things up a
bit. It still doesnt avoid the intermediate hive-metadata creation stage.
MySQL provides a direct mode for exports as well, using the mysqlimport tool.
When exporting to MySQL, use the --direct argument to specify this
codepath. This may be higher-performance than the standard JDBC codepath.
Note: When using export in direct mode with MySQL, the MySQL bulk utility
mysqlimport must be available in the shell path of the task process.
On Wed, Sep 4, 2013 at 3:15 AM, Apple Wang <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> exporting Hbase table to mysql table using sqoop, but I find sqoo