Andy, many thanks.
I am stuck here now so please put me in the right direction.
I successfully ran a job on a cluster on foo1 in pseudo-distributed mode and are now trying to try fully-dist'ed one.
a. I created another instance foo2 on EC2. Installed hadoop on it and copied conf/ folder from foo1 to foo2. I created /hadoop/dfs/data folder on the local linux system on foo2.
b. on foo1 I created file conf/slaves and added:
At this point I cannot find an answer on what to do next.
I started NN, DN, SNN, JT, TT on foor1. After I ran "hadoop fsck /user/bar -files -blocks -locations", it showed # of datanode as 1. I was expecting DN and TT on foo2 to be started by foo1. But it didn’t happen, so I started them myself and tried the the command again. Still one DD.
I realise that boo2 has no data at this point but I could not find bin/start-balancer.sh script to help me to balance data over to DD from foo1 to foo2.
What do I do next?
From: Andy Isaacson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Friday, October 26, 2012 2:21 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: cluster set-up / a few quick questions
On Fri, Oct 26, 2012 at 9:40 AM, Kartashov, Andy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
We're not all male here. :) I prefer "Hadoopers" or "hi all,".
> - do you put Master's node <hostname> under fs.default.name in core-site.xml on the slave machines or slaves' hostnames?
Master. I have a 4-node cluster, named foo1 - foo4. My fs.default.name is hdfs://foo1.domain.com.
> - do you need to run "sudo -u hdfs hadoop namenode -format" and create /tmp /var folders on the HDFS of the slave machines that will be running only DN and TT or not? Do you still need to create hadoop/dfs/name folder on the slaves?
(The following is the simple answer, for non-HA non-federated HDFS.
You'll want to get the simple example working before trying the complicated ones.)
No. A cluster has one namenode, running on the machine known as the master, and the admin must "hadoop namenode -format" on that machine only.
In my example, I ran "hadoop namenode -format" on foo1.
> In hdfs-site.xml for dfs.name.dir & dfs.data.dir properties we specify /hadoop/dfs/name /hadoop/dfs/data being local linux NFS directories by running command "mkdir -p /hadoop/dfs/data"
> but mapred.system.dir property is to point to HDFS and not NFS since we are running "sudo -u hdfs hadoop fs -mkdir /tmp/mapred/system"??
> If so and since it is exactly the same format /far/boo/baz how does hadoop know which directory is local on NFS or HDFS?
This is very confusing, to be sure! There are a few places where paths are implicitly known to be on HDFS rather than a Linux filesystem path. mapred.system.dir is one of those. This does mean that given a string that starts with "/tmp/" you can't necessarily know whether it's a Linux path or a HDFS path without looking at the larger context.
In the case of mapred.system.dir, the docs are the place to check; according to cluster_setup.html, mapred.system.dir is "Path on the HDFS where where the Map/Reduce framework stores system files".
Hope this helps,
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Nitin Pawar 2012-10-26, 19:18