Gaurav Dasgupta 2013-02-14, 14:51
Chris Embree 2013-02-14, 16:55
-Re: How to add users in supergroup?
Gaurav Dasgupta 2013-02-15, 05:20
OK. Thanks a lot. Understood now.
On Thu, Feb 14, 2013 at 10:25 PM, Chris Embree <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Check your HDFS config file for the groupname you used as HDFS supergroup.
> We used hdfs as the group name in our case.
> Then just groupadd hdfs (see man groupadd for additional options)
> Then, when you create users, add them to that group.
> useradd -G hdfs newuser
> This is more Linux admin than Hadoop centric.
> On Thu, Feb 14, 2013 at 9:51 AM, Gaurav Dasgupta <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I have Hadoop installed in my CentOS Linux cluster. I am trying to
>> understand that what are the various ways I can set user level and group
>> level permissions for read/write in HDFS.
>> I have set 770 permission to the some HDFS directory which has the
>> owner:group = hadoop:supergroup.
>> My intension is now to add all those users in "supergroup" whom I want to
>> access the HDFS directory. But, I could not find supergroup in "/etc/group"
>> What is "supergroup"? How can I add users to "supergroup"?