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From Ankit Malpani <ankit.malp...@gmail.com>
Subject time stamp issues while using hadoop with s3 as default file system
Date Wed, 08 Sep 2010 11:24:08 GMT
Hello,

i have configured my hadoop to use s3 as default fs and everything seems to
be working fine except for a minor glitch.

the time stamp is not being set/displayed correctly. [it always shows
1970-01-01 05:30 ]

for example,
hadoop dfs -put ~/Desktop/single.txt abc.txt
hadoop dfs -ls
executing the above set of commands gives the timestamp as 1970-01-01

trying to print FileStatus.getAccessTime() or
FileStatus.getModificationtime() also give me 0 as output .


I wanted to know if this is a known issue and some patch exists for this ?
or am i doing something wrong? would love to hear from the experts..

regards,
Ankit Malpani

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