-[ -d "$HADOOP_PREFIX" ] -- does this work with symbolic link? Doesn't seem to for me.
I'm looking at the config.sh script:
if [ ! -d "$HADOOP_PREFIX" ]
echo "$HADOOP_PREFIX is not a directory."
On my system, HADOOP_PREFIX points to a symbolic link and this test is
failing. I'm sure it was working a few weeks ago. Changing the code to:
hadoop_prefix_directory_test=`test -d $HADOOP_PREFIX; echo $?`
if [ hadoop_prefix_directory_test == 1 ]
echo "HADOOP_PREFIX, which has a value of $HADOOP_PREFIX, is not a
does work on my system. I'm betting user error on my part. Can someone
confirm that the -d syntax works for a symbolic link?