Can you share your specific error/exception please?
On Fri, Dec 7, 2012 at 11:49 PM, Steve Lewis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I have been running Hadoop jobs from my local box - on the net but outside
> the cluster.
> Configuration conf = new Configuration();
> String jarfile = "somelocalfile.jar";
> conf.set("mapred.jar", jarFile);
> hdsf-site.xml has
> and all policies in hadoop-policy.xml are *
> when I run the job on my local machine it executes properly on a hadoop 0.2
> cluster. All directories in hdfs are owned by the local user - something
> like Asterix\Steve but hdfs does not seen to care and jobs run well.
> I have a colleague with a Hadoop 1.03 cluster and setting the config to
> point at the cluster's file system, jobtracker and passing in a local jar
> gives permission errors.
> I read that security has changed in 1.03. My question is was this EVER
> supposed to work? If it used to work then why does it not work now?
> (security?) Is there a way to change the hadoop cluster so it works under
> 1.03 or (preferable) to supply a username and password and ask the cluster
> to execute under that user from a client system rather than opening an ssh
> channel to the cluster?
> String hdfshost = "hdfs://MyCluster:9000";
> conf.set("fs.default.name", hdfshost);
> String jobTracker = "MyCluster:9001";
> conf.set("mapred.job.tracker", jobTracker);
> On the cluster in hdfs
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