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From shashwat shriparv <>
Subject Re: Is there any step-by-step Tutorial of Hive for freshman?
Date Sun, 20 Jan 2013 07:12:18 GMT
Check out following links

If you are using cloudera version take a look on this

Shashwat Shriparv

On Sun, Jan 20, 2013 at 11:54 AM, Ling Kun <> wrote:

> Hi,all:
>    I am a freshman to hive, and want to firstly set up a hive cluster, and
> trying to evalute it based on mapreduce.
>   However, after dive into  the hive documents, A little meterial can be
> found about how to test hive step-by-step, especially how to use hive based
> on the MapReduce framework.  I have also setup a Apache Pig environment,
> which have a pig-tutorial.tar.gz that contains several script and input
> files. Using these files, I can easily found out how to run Pig script
> locally and using the Hadoop MapReduce framework. The Hive tutorial only
> contain some technical details about implementation, but little about how
> to use Hive in a step-by-step way.
>    I am writing for the following question, and any reply is welcome.
> Thanks.
>   1. Is there any documents, blog post, or web pages which can help me test
> hive step-by-step, so that I can quickly have a first impression about how
> hive to take advantage of the Hadoop Mapreduce framework?
>   2. Is there any hint for how to contribute such a step-by step pages, so
> that anyone interesting for Hive can quickly get started. Ideally, this
> step-by-step post should have both command line, sql file and input-output
> data, so that anyone can download and have a try.
> Thanks
> Ling Kun
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