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From Alex Loddengaard <a...@cloudera.com>
Subject Re: How to access data node without a passphrase?
Date Wed, 22 Apr 2009 18:01:34 GMT
RPMs won't work on Ubuntu, but we're almost finished with DEBs, which will
work on Ubuntu.  Shoot Todd an email if you want to try out our DEBs:

<todd@cloudera.com>

Are you asking about choosing a Linux distribution?  The problem with Ubuntu
is that it changes very frequently and generally uses relatively new
software, making it a great desktop distribution, but perhaps not as good of
a stable server distribution.  (Note that the LTS Ubuntu releases are
supported longer but still user newer, possibly unstable software.)  I think
that the majority of Linux server people use Redhat derivatives, in
particular RHEL and CentOS, as they're not updated frequently and use stable
software (RHEL costs money; CentOS is free).  That said, CentOS is annoying
to administer if you're hoping to use a version of Python newer than 2.4.
I'm sure that the Debian people on this list will yell at me for saying
Redhat derivatives are the majority, but we'll see I guess.

So anyway, give Todd a shout if you want to try DEBs out.  Otherwise, if
you're interested in going down the Redhat derivative route (Fedora, RHEL,
CentOS), you can use the RPMs.

Alex

On Tue, Apr 21, 2009 at 10:04 PM, Yabo-Arber Xu <arber.research@gmail.com>wrote:

> Thanks for all your help, especially Asteem's detailed instruction. It
> works
> now!
>
> Alex: I did not use RPMs, but several of my existing nodes are installed
> with Ubuntu. Is there any diff on running Hadoop on Ubuntu? I am thinking
> of
> choosing one before I started scaling up the cluster, but not sure which
> one
> benefit from long-term, i.e. get more support etc.
>
> Best
> Arber
>
>
> On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 12:35 PM, Puri, Aseem <Aseem.Puri@honeywell.com
> >wrote:
>
> > cat ~/.ssh/master-key.pub >> ~/.ssh/authorized_keys
> >
>

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