Monthly Archives: June 2012

Ganglia with a server and virtual hadoop client and hadoop benchmarks

After getting ganglia up and running on it’s own physical node, the node will end up being part of the Openstack cloud controller, ganglia is installed on the KVM virtual machine running Cloudera Hadoop (chadoop1). The cluster is called “camden … Continue reading

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adding HDFS services to a virtual cloudera node

The key to adding a Centos node to Cloudera Manager is setting up Java. Since Centos comes with Iced Tea, and you want to install Cloudera Hadoop on a Centos node, you need to add Sun/Oracle’s Java. First, get Sun’s … Continue reading

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Cloudera hadoop – Physical nodes and KVM virtual nodes

We recently built a Cloudera 2 node environment with the first node, hadoop1 being a physical server and the second node being a virtual server running on KVM. The Operating system for the both nodes and the Cloudera manager server … Continue reading

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