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sqoop 1.4.3

  • #18425
    gtenagli
    Member

    Hi,
    I would need to use sqoop 1.4.3 to be able to import BINARY_FLOAT types which is not supported in previous version.
    What is the best way to install the latest version of sqoop? Get the source and compile? Is the RPM spec file available somewhere?

    Thanks,
    Giacomo

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  • #18427
    Sasha J
    Moderator

    Giacomo,
    Thank you for your interest in HDP!
    Latest Sqoop version included to our ditribution is 1.4.2.21, so you have to grab source and compile needed version.
    You can get our source RPM (sqoop-1.4.2.21-1.el5.src.rpm) for spec file, but it is for 1.4.2.21…

    Thank you!
    Sasha

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