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HDFS Forum

Hadoop Streaming using eclipse

  • #41773
    Durga Prasad
    Participant

    Hi,

    How do we do streaming in Hadoop by using eclipse? Can any one please provide information on this that would be great help.

    Thanks
    Durga

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  • #42560
    Kenny Zhang
    Moderator

    Hi Durga,

    Yes, we can deploy streaming job in eclipse.
    There are a several tool available, one thing I know is to use Karmasphere Studio in eclipse as a plugin. Then you can add a new hadoop streaming job in eslipse.
    1. Open Hadoop Perspective in eclipse.
    2. Then open Hadoop Services.
    3. Right-click on the new tab then click New Job.
    4. Choose hadoop streaming job as the job type in the open window.

    Kenny

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