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From Olivier Renault <>
Subject Re: Is storm- required?
Date Thu, 05 Mar 2015 07:33:00 GMT
You should find as part of the src.rpm a spec file. The spec file will give you the option
which have been used at compilation time.


From: <Yu>, Tao <<>>
Reply-To: "<>" <<>>
Date: Wednesday, 4 March 2015 16:32
To: Sean Roberts <<>>,
"<>" <<>>
Subject: RE: Is storm- required?

Thanks Sean!

So how are these 2 RPM packages generated? Were they created based on Storm source (to compile
and build) or just create RPM with binary only?


From: Sean Roberts []
Sent: Wednesday, March 04, 2015 11:05 AM
To: Yu, Tao;<>
Subject: Re: Is storm- required?

Tao - 'src.rpm' typically contains the source code for that package. While the non-src RPMs
provide the compiled package. This is the practice with all packages from RedHat, CentOS,

Note: Commenting as an Ambari user, not a dev on Storm or Ambari.

Hortonworks - We do Hadoop

Sean Roberts
Partner Solutions Engineer - EMEA

From: Yu, Tao <><>
Reply:<> <>><>
Date: March 4, 2015 at 15:52:37
To:<> <>><>
Subject:  Is storm- required?


I am installing HDP cluster v2.1.7, with Storm service.  I found 2 RPM packages for Storm:

·         storm-

·         storm-

I am wondering what storm- does. It seems like it does nothing
during installation. Is this package really required?  If so, when is it needed?


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