[CFT] Hadoop preliminary port
traebarlow at gmail.com
Mon Feb 13 15:38:33 UTC 2012
Oh, 1 last thing. Config files are in the default location (same as apache)
On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 9:26 AM, Trae Barlow <traebarlow at gmail.com> wrote:
> *FreeBSD 9.0 / Hadoop 1.0.0 Install Guide From Preliminary Port*
> After installing FreeBSD 9.0 AMD64 I used 'portsnap fetch' to fetch the
> latest ports tree, installed Portmaster and with it the Diablo-JDK16 port,
> wget, svn, rsync, Tomcat7 and Hadoop 1.0.0 .
> There are plenty of guides online how to get all of the former ports
> installed, however Hadoop has not been well documented in a 'newb
> sensative' manner so I decided to take it upon myself to get some more
> people involved in testing Hadoop on FreeBSD.
> Some preliminary knowledge you're going to need to know. The science of
> UIDs and GIDs, the history and usefullnes of patch files (.diff), and how
> to use Subversion. Let's jump right in, shall we?
> The Ports Tree keeps a list of UIDs and GIDs for user and group creation
> when a corrosponding app in the list is installed. There is no exception to
> Hadoop, except that Hadoop's listings are not included in the standard
> Ports Tree by default. So they need to be added manually, luckily our
> friend Clement has done that for us and has created a patch file (.diff)
> for your convenience using the popular 'patch' utility. Before manually
> updating your ports tree Confucius say wise man always update first...
> however it's not really necessary.
> localhost# portsnap update
> localhost# cd /usr/ports
> localhost# wget
> localhost# patch < hadoop-1.0.0.diff
> Congradulations, your Ports Tree is now has the necissary information to
> create the necissary users and groups Hadoop will need during
> installation (that is Ports does, Hadoop needs the info after the install).
> Now we can add the Hadoop directory to the ports tree. I trust that you
> have already installed Subversion. If not, go ahead and do that now. It's
> in devel/subversion. Not being the focus of this guide you'll have to
> google up one of the other dozens of guides on how to install it (or use
> common sense, it's nothing special).
> You need to be in the /usr/ports/devel directory so that Subversion will
> create the Hadoop directory in the proper part of the Ports Tree saving you
> from having to 'cp' or 'mv' it later.
> localhost# cd /usr/ports/devel
> localhost# svn checkout https://svn.redports.org/clement/devel/hadoop/
> Now you should have a ./hadoop directory in ./devel. Lets check it.
> localhost# cd hadoop/
> localhost# ls
> Amongst a handfull of other files you should see a Makefile and a files/
> directory. Now to the fun part. I like to install all my ports from
> /usr/ports so that way Portmaster can take advantage of the shell's
> autocomplete functions.
> localhost# cd /usr/ports
> localhost# portmaster devel/hadoop
> Don't quote me on this, but unless you have a good reason you shouldn't
> need to stray from any of the default configuration options.
> If all goes well you should see something like....
> BUILD SUCCESSFUL
> Total time: 1 second
> ===> Installing for hadoop-1.0.0
> ===> Generating temporary packing list
> ===> Checking if devel/hadoop already installed
> ===> Creating users and/or groups.
> Creating group `hadoop' with gid `954'.
> Creating user `hadoop' with uid `954'.
> ===> Installing rc.d startup script(s)
> => Creating RUNDIR /var/run/hadoop... => Creating LOGDIR
> /var/log/hadoop... ===> Correct pkg-plist sequence to create group(s) and
> ===> Registering installation for hadoop-1.0.0
> ===> Cleaning for hadoop-1.0.0
> ===>>> Installation of devel/hadoop (hadoop-1.0.0) complete
> Now all that is left is to configure the Hadoop server as either a
> Standalone, Pseudo-Distributed or Distributed Operation Server. So my work
> is done, the official apache.org site takes it from here. Visit the link
> below if you wish to continue on down the rabbit hole.
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