Hi Jan, Can you try the following hadoop fs -ls /user/hue? Ian ...
Can you try the following hadoop fs -ls /user/hue?
I’ve created a Hive Table EDW_RETAIL…
Added some data by
LOAD DATA INPATH ‘/user/hue/BACK_130530_0809_EDW_RETAIL_BEWEGUNGEN_PART53.DEL’ INTO TABLE default.edw_retail_bewegungen;
LOAD DATA INPATH ‘/user/hue/BACK_130530_0809_EDW_RETAIL_BEWEGUNGEN_PART54.DEL’ INTO TABLE default.edw_retail_bewegungen;
LOAD DATA INPATH ‘/user/hue/BACK_130530_0809_EDW_RETAIL_BEWEGUNGEN_PART55.DEL’ INTO TABLE default.edw_retail_bewegungen;
Worked fine – content grows by every file added.
So i tried to find out, how hdfs/HIVE manages the table in the hadoop file system.
but when i try this on the console:
hadoop fs -ls
the command is executed successfully, but i receive no output.
Any advice how i can find out, if the table is stored in one hadoop file?
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