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From "Rajpal, Harjeet Kumar" <Harjeet.Ku...@Honeywell.com>
Subject RE: Hadoop
Date Wed, 09 Sep 2009 05:40:34 GMT
Hi YONG YONG CHENG,

First of all thanks for reply. I used the path told by you as JAVA_HOME
but still its showing same problem. 
After this I wrote command in cygwin as 
export JAVA_HOME=C:\\cygwin\\home\\HadoopAdmin\\java

then it started running. Same happened with other export commands  in
the  file 
C:\cygwin\home\HadoopAdmin\hadoop-0.18.3\conf\hadoop-env.sh

That means cygwin is unable to read commands from hadoop-env.sh file. 
Can you suggest some thing on this.

Best Regards,
Harjeet Kumar



-----Original Message-----
From: #YONG YONG CHENG# [mailto:aarnchng@pmail.ntu.edu.sg] 
Sent: Monday, September 07, 2009 1:50 PM
To: common-user@hadoop.apache.org
Subject: RE: Hadoop

Good Day,
 
Use this:
 
export JAVA_HOME=C:\\cygwin\\home\\HadoopAdmin\\java
 
This should work fine.

________________________________

From: Rajpal, Harjeet Kumar [mailto:Harjeet.Kumar@Honeywell.com]
Sent: Fri 9/4/2009 4:06 PM
To: common-user@hadoop.apache.org
Subject: Hadoop



Hello all,

            First of all sorry if this question sounds stupid. I am a
beginner with Hadoop.

        

            I am using Hadoop at windows so I have installed java in
following directory



C:\cygwin\home\HadoopAdmin\java



I have given the java home as Hadoop-env file of hadoop configuration as



export JAVA_HOME=/home/HadoopAdmin/java/jdk6



but still if I run following command



/home/ HadoopAdmin/hadoop18.3/bin/hadoop namenode -format



It gives error that

There is no file or directory



HadoopAdmin//java/jdk6



Please help me on this matter



Best Regards,

Harjeet Kumar






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