ch huang 2013-09-13, 01:55
A couple of days back, Erik Sammer at the Hadoop Hands On Lab at the Cloudera Sessions demonstrated how to achieve dynamic partitioning using Flume and created those partitioned directories on HDFS which are then readily usable by Hive
Understanding what I can from the two lines of your mail below, I would configure Flume to do dynamic partitioning (YEAR, MONTH, DAY, HOUR) and create those directories in HDFS and then create Hive tables with those partitions and run the queries
As Stephen said earlier , experiment like crazy - and share please - it will make all of us better as well !
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Date: Thursday, September 12, 2013 6:55 PM
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Subject: question about partition table in hive
i use flume collect log data and put it in hdfs ,i want to use hive to do some caculate, query based on timerange,i want to use parttion table ,
but the data file in hdfs is a big file ,how can i put it into pratition table in hive?
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