For simple testing you can use cloudera quickstart vm. All the lzo stuff
can be configured in cloudera manager with a few clicks.
10 янв. 2014 г. 21:55 пользователь "Peter Sanford" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Hello everybody!
> I'm getting started with pig and I'm trying to understand how to
> configure io.compression.codecs for local mode. I've got something working
> but I'm not entirely clear on why it works or if there is a better way to
> do this.
> For some background, I'm trying to read data into pig from an lzo
> compressed file that contains protobuf entries (using elephant-bird and
> hadoop-lzo). The instructions for setting up hadoop-lzo say that you
> need to add an entry to core-site.xml to specify the lzo compression codec.
> Since I'm running in local mode I don't have a core-site.xml and couldn't
> figure out if there was another place to configure io.compression.codecs.
> Unsurprisingly, when I run a script that tries to load an lzo file I get a
> 'No codec for file' error.
> I discovered that if I create a core-site.xml and put it in my
> PIG_CLASSPATH, I can start pig without the '-x local' flag. When I run pig
> like this it is able to load the lzo file and everything works correctly.
> Since I don't have hadoop installed, I assume that pig is still running in
> some sort of local mode. Can someone explain what the difference is between
> my two test cases above?
> Is there a different (better?) way to configure io.compression.codecs when
> running in local mode?
> Thanks for the help,
> : https://github.com/kevinweil/elephant-bird
> : https://github.com/twitter/hadoop-lzo