hadoop-common-commits mailing list archives

Site index · List index
Message view « Date » · « Thread »
Top « Date » · « Thread »
From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Hadoop Wiki] Trivial Update of "Chukwa Quick Start" by andykonwinski
Date Sat, 11 Oct 2008 02:11:23 GMT
Dear Wiki user,

You have subscribed to a wiki page or wiki category on "Hadoop Wiki" for change notification.

The following page has been changed by andykonwinski:
http://wiki.apache.org/hadoop/Chukwa_Quick_Start

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  
  *  Compiling and installing Chukwa
  
-    - If Chukwa is in the hadoop contrib directory, you should be able to just
+    - If Chukwa is in the hadoop contrib directory, you should be able to just say ``ant''
in the project root directory.
-      say ``ant'' in the project root directory.
     
     - Otherwise, 
  
@@ -21, +20 @@

     
     - If you are running hadoop, this should be the path to the namenode.
     
-    - If you are not running hadoop, you can just juse a local path, of the form
+    - If you are not running hadoop, you can just juse a local path, of the form file:///tmp/chukwa.
-     file:///tmp/chukwa.
      
     - Copy conf/chukwa-env.sh-template to conf/chukwa-env.sh.  Set JAVA_HOME in file.
      
@@ -45, +43 @@

    
    - Type [without quotation marks] "ADD CharFileTailerUTF8 MyFileType /path/to/file 0"
  
+   - Chukwa internal Namenode's type is NameNodeType so for namenode log type (without quotation
marks): "ADD CharFileTailerUTF8 NameNodeType /path/to/nameNodeFie 0"
-   - Chukwa internal Namenode's type is NameNodeType so for namenode log
-   Type [without quotation marks] "ADD CharFileTailerUTF8 NameNodeType /path/to/nameNodeFie
0"
    
    - Type "list" -- you should see the adaptor you just started, listed as running. 
    
@@ -72, +69 @@

  
  RUNNING CHUKWA -- NETWORKED
  
+ Running Chukwa in a networked context is essentially similar to the single-machine deployment
discussed above.  However, in a network context, you would also need to tell the local agent
where the collector[s] live, by listing them in conf/collectors.
- Running Chukwa in a networked context is essentially similar to the single-machine
- deployment discussed above.  However, in a network context, you would also need to
- tell the local agent where the collector[s] live, by listing them in conf/collectors.
  

Mime
View raw message