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RE: Basic question on HDFS - MR
Devaraj K 2011-10-18, 11:24
Stuti,

 

            No need to copy the job jar file to every machine in the
cluster. You can copy the jar file to the job tracker and execute it using
the 'jar' command. If you want to submit the job from the other
system/application, you can use the Job.submit() API to submit the job. Job
tracker will make use of the cluster to complete it.

 

Devaraj K

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From: Stuti Awasthi [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Tuesday, October 18, 2011 4:33 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Basic question on HDFS - MR

 

Hi,

I have a very basic question on MR jobs. Suppose I have a cluster 3 nodes
out of which 1 NN and 3 DN.

I wanted to run an MR job so I placed the jar on 1 of the cluster machine
and executed, it runs fine.

Now my question is do I need to copy my MR job to every DN for distributed
processing?

Or

Placing MR jar on any of the machine does not make any difference , MR job
will run in distributed fashion.

 

Thanks

Stuti

 

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