Shreya,

Assuming your file output was already CSV (i.e. your job wrote it as so),
you can get a merged file via:

hadoop dfs -getmerge /some/dir/of/multiple/files mergedfile.csv
On Fri, Sep 16, 2011 at 4:12 PM, wrote:

Hi ,****

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I want my reducer output to be dumped into a csv file, How can that be
done? ****

Or can we convert part-000 to a csv ?****

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hadoop fs -cat /some/where/on/hdfs/job-output/part-* >
TheCombinedResultOfTheJob.csv****

This doesn’t work I get only the first column in csv file.****

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Regards,****

Shreya Pal****
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