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MapReduce Forum

setup eclipse with HDP 2.0

  • #46656
    Anupam Gupta
    Participant

    Hi All,

    I installed HDP 2.0 on AWS EC2 (ambari installation) ,now I want to setup eclipse with HDP to run mapreduce program .
    I am using hadoop-eclipse-plugin-1.2.0 . getting java.net.connection exception
    Is there any blog/article available for this ?
    I also want to know Map/Reduce Master port and DFS Master Port Number
    Kindly help

    Thanks,
    Sandeep Upreti

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  • #48638
    Agastya Mahi
    Participant

    Hi, I am trying to do the same. Please let me know if you have figured it out.

    Thanks,
    Agastya

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