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Configuring Hadoop components

  • #3979
    Joan Lee
    Member

    What is the best way to configure task trackers and component servers in a 10 node cluster?

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  • #3985
    Rohit Bakhshi
    Moderator

    Hi Joan,

    There are generic recommendations and guidelines for configuring hosts in a cluster, but no single solution that is guaranteed to meet all use cases. It depends on the data you are working with, as well as the types of analysis use cases you are looking to enable.

    Feel free to contact Hortonworks at http://hortonworks.com/about-us/contact-us/ so we can understand your intended use cases, goals and requirements and help configure a 10 node cluster.

    Thanks,
    Rohit

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