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From Frédéric Bertin (JIRA) <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Created: (HADOOP-516) Eclipse-based GUI: DFS explorer and basic Map/Reduce job launcher
Date Fri, 08 Sep 2006 17:20:22 GMT
Eclipse-based GUI: DFS explorer and basic Map/Reduce job launcher
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                 Key: HADOOP-516
                 URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HADOOP-516
             Project: Hadoop
          Issue Type: New Feature
         Environment: Eclipse 3.2
JDK 1.5
            Reporter: Frédéric Bertin


to increase productivity in our current project (which makes a heavy use of Hadoop), we wrote
a small Eclipse-based GUI application which basically consists in 2 views:

   *  a HDFS explorer adapted from Eclipse filesystem explorer example.
     For now, it includes the following features:
         o classical tree-based browsing interface, with directory
           content being detailed in a 3 columns table (file name, file
           size, file type)
         o refresh button
         o delete file or directory (with confirm dialog): select files
           in the tree or table and click the "Delete" button
         o rename file or directory: simple click on the file in the
           table, type the new name and validate
         o open file with system editor: select the file in the table
           and click "Open" button (works on Windows, not on Linux)
         o internal drag & drop
         o external drag & drop from the local filesystem to the HDFS
           (the opposite doesn't work)

   * a MapReduce *very* simple job launcher:
         o select the job XML configuration file
         o run the job
         o kill the job
         o visualize map and reduce progress with progress bars
         o open a browser on the Hadoop job tracker web interface 

INSTALLATION NOTES:
 - Eclipse 3.2
 - JDK 1.5
 - import the archive in Eclipse
 - copy your hadoop conf file (hadoop-default.xml in "src" folder) -> this step should
be moved in the GUI later
 - right-click on the project and Run As -> Eclipse Application
 - enjoy...


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