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How to configure eclipse on my sandbox

  • #29057

    I wanted to run some MapReduce programme. So can you please guide us in installing the eclipse and how to run simple mapreduce programme on eclipse

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  • #29083
    Sasha J

    Here is very good source of information:

    Thank you!


    Hi Sasha,

    It is asking for Map/reduce master host and port number. Also for DFS port number.
    When I start sandbox get below ip address (
    Please let me know the
    1) Map/Reduce master host and port
    2) DFS port


    Hi Chandra,

    You’ll need to add sandbox to the /etc/hosts file of your host machine. Then use that name in the master hosts field, the port number for MapReduce is usually 8020.


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