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Hive / HCatalog Forum

Using Hive on ec2.

  • #28584
    Anupam Gupta

    Hi All,

    We have started Ambari services in AWS on ec2 and i need to know whether all the different components like (Hive, HBase, etc.) also got installed?

    We need to start using Hive and i need to know whether we need to reinstall Hive or not?
    Currently i am not able to find $HIVE_HOME/bin/hive directory.

    Please help,
    Thanks in advance.

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  • #28587

    Hi Agupta,

    How is your day so far? Most likely the locations of these libs are under /usr/lib/. In order to know what are the packages installed on the OS, from command line please run.

    rpm -qa | egrep -i ‘hadoop|hive|hbase|zookeeper|oozie’

    Hope this helps.


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