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Re: how to close hadoop when tmp files were cleared
Just send the processes a SIGTERM signal (regular kill). Its what the
script does anyway. Ensure to change the PID directory before the next
restart though.

On Mon, Jun 17, 2013 at 1:09 PM,  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi,
> My hadoop cluster has been running for a period of time.  Now i want to
> close it for some system changes. But the command "bin/stop-all.sh" shows
> "no jobtracker to stop","no tasktracker to stop","no namenode to stop" and
> "no datanode to stop". I use "jps" got nothing but jps itself. However,
> hadoop is indeed running.I think it may be some tmp files about hadoop had
> been cleared by operation system. Could someone tell me how to stop hadoop
> in case of no data files breaks ?
> Any guidance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
> Jeff
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Harsh J
zhang.heng16@... 2013-06-17, 08:31
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