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From els...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r1592820 - /accumulo/site/trunk/content/1.6/examples/mapred.mdtext
Date Tue, 06 May 2014 18:10:51 GMT
Author: elserj
Date: Tue May  6 18:10:51 2014
New Revision: 1592820

URL: http://svn.apache.org/r1592820
Log:
ACCUMULO-2171 Fix bad markdown formatting for code region

Modified:
    accumulo/site/trunk/content/1.6/examples/mapred.mdtext

Modified: accumulo/site/trunk/content/1.6/examples/mapred.mdtext
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/accumulo/site/trunk/content/1.6/examples/mapred.mdtext?rev=1592820&r1=1592819&r2=1592820&view=diff
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--- accumulo/site/trunk/content/1.6/examples/mapred.mdtext (original)
+++ accumulo/site/trunk/content/1.6/examples/mapred.mdtext Tue May  6 18:10:51 2014
@@ -104,7 +104,7 @@ displayed in the job's configuration whi
 
 To create a token file, use the create-token utility
 
-  $ ./bin/accumulo create-token
+    $ ./bin/accumulo create-token
 
 It defaults to creating a PasswordToken, but you can specify the token class
 with -tc (requires the fully qualified class name). Based on the token class,
@@ -117,7 +117,7 @@ a file, but only the first one for each 
 Rather than waiting for the prompts, you can specify some options when calling
 create-token, for example
 
-  $ ./bin/accumulo create-token -u root -p secret -f root.pw
+    $ ./bin/accumulo create-token -u root -p secret -f root.pw
 
 would create a token file containing a PasswordToken for
 user 'root' with password 'secret' and saved to 'root.pw'
@@ -125,7 +125,7 @@ user 'root' with password 'secret' and s
 This local file needs to be uploaded to hdfs to be used with the
 map-reduce job. For example, if the file were 'root.pw' in the local directory:
 
-  $ hadoop fs -put root.pw root.pw
+    $ hadoop fs -put root.pw root.pw
 
 This would put 'root.pw' in the user's home directory in hdfs.
 
@@ -134,21 +134,17 @@ Because the basic WordCount example uses
 the basic WordCount example by calling the same command as explained above
 except replacing the password with the token file (rather than -p, use -tf).
 
-  $ ./bin/tool.sh lib/accumulo-examples-simple.jar org.apache.accumulo.examples.simple.mapreduce.WordCount
-i instance -z zookeepers  --input /user/username/wc -t wordCount -u username -tf tokenfile
+    $ ./bin/tool.sh lib/accumulo-examples-simple.jar org.apache.accumulo.examples.simple.mapreduce.WordCount
-i instance -z zookeepers  --input /user/username/wc -t wordCount -u username -tf tokenfile
 
 In the above examples, username was 'root' and tokenfile was 'root.pw'
 
 However, if you don't want to use the Opts class to parse arguments,
 the TokenFileWordCount is an example of using the token file manually.
 
-  $ bin/tool.sh lib/accumulo-examples-simple.jar org.apache.accumulo.examples.simple.mapreduce.TokenFileWordCount
instance zookeepers username tokenfile /user/username/wc wordCount
+    $ bin/tool.sh lib/accumulo-examples-simple.jar org.apache.accumulo.examples.simple.mapreduce.TokenFileWordCount
instance zookeepers username tokenfile /user/username/wc wordCount
 
 The results should be the same as the WordCount example except that the
 authentication token was not stored in the configuration. It was instead
 stored in a file that the map-reduce job pulled into the distributed cache.
 (If you ran either of these on the same table right after the
-WordCount example, then the resulting counts should just double.)
-
-
-
-
+WordCount example, then the resulting counts should just double.)
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