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From Jordan Birdsell <jtbirds...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Kudu Cloudera with Python (Notebook)
Date Thu, 10 Nov 2016 17:40:50 GMT
Hey Frank,

We don't currently have the python package in conda, this is likely
something that will be considered as the package stabilizes (next release).
Since you installed via a parcel, you will still need to make sure you
install the C++ client libraries since the Python client wraps the C++
one.  See http://kudu.apache.org/docs/installation.html#install_packages for
instructions on how to install from an rpm/deb.  In particular I believe
you need kudu-client0 and kudu-client-devel.  If youre unable to get to
that repo, being air gapped, I think your only choice is to pull the source
for your respective version and build (although that will introduce more
external dependencies).

Also, the python client requires the following packages, if youre not pip
installing, you will need to also make sure these are installed:

cython >= 0.21
setuptools >= 0.8


On Thu, Nov 10, 2016 at 12:26 PM Frank Heimerzheim <fh.ordix@gmail.com>

> Hello,
> I´ve installed kudu on an cloudera cluster from a parcel and like to use
> the python api with this installation. Sadly i can´t figure out how to use
> the api. Normaly i´m looking at https://anaconda.org/search for a package
> and install it. Sadly for kudu no package is available upto today. So i´ve
> read https://github.com/apache/kudu/tree/master/python. As i´m within an
> air gap installation of the cluster i can´t just start "pip install
> kudu-python". I´ve already downloaded the tar from
> https://pypi.python.org/pypi/kudu-python. Still missing is a tar or some
> equivalent for the apparently needed c++ libraries. And then still i need
> to place all files somewhere so i can import kudu from my IPython notebook.
> As i´m more a developer and not so much someone using the shell so often
> i´m stuck. Can someone provide me a *.bz2 for installation with anaconda or
> any other package including all necessary files with the ones needed for
> the c++ api?
> I´m also glad with a (step by step) guide or any help at all.
> Thanks
> Frank

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