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Re: Differences between YARN and Hadoop
>From the beginning YARN was a part of the Hadoop project. Now it has
been decided to move it to a top-level apache project.
So, now there are two ways of running hadoop jobs:
1) "Old" hadoop (the current stable thing)
2) YARN + MR implementation (the future thing, still not stable AFAIK)

Hope that helps

On Fri, Oct 19, 2012 at 12:33 AM, Tom Brown <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> To all,
> I have a few questions regarding YARN (with respect to Hadoop):
> Are YARN and Hadoop separate, or is YARN the successor to Hadoop?
> What are the major conceptual differences between YARN and Hadoop?
> I have further questions, but they may or may not make sense depending
> on the answers to the above.
> Thanks in advance!
> Tom Brown