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Re: How is sharing done in HDFS ?
The job-specific files, placed by the client, are downloaded individually
by every tasktracker from the HDFS (The process is called "localization" of
the task before it starts up) and then used.
On Wed, May 22, 2013 at 1:59 PM, Agarwal, Nikhil
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:

>  Hi,****
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> Can anyone guide me to some pointers or explain how HDFS shares the
> information put in the temporary directories (hadoop.tmp.dir,
> mapred.tmp.dir, etc.) to all other nodes? ****
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> I suppose that during execution of a MapReduce job, the JobTracker
> prepares a file called jobtoken and puts it in the temporary directories.
> which needs to be read by all TaskTrackers. So, how does HDFS share the
> contents? Does it use nfs mount or ….?****
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> Thanks & Regards,****
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> Nikhil****
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> ** **
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Harsh J
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