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Hi,

If I'm running CM4.0 free edition on a 1-node cluster , is there an easy
way using the web GUI to deploy Hive and Pig on that node as well (as long
as there's enough memory)?

If it's not possible using the web GUI, what other way is there to install
both of them on the 1-node?

- JR

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  • Harsh J at Sep 9, 2012 at 6:27 am
    Hi Jon,

    After setting up the agent and services on the machine, you should
    find Hive and Pig packages already installed by Cloudera Manager. You
    can go right ahead and type "pig" or "hive" to start them up.

    The Hive and Pig programs are client-end programs that require no
    "managing" from Cloudera Manager to have a part in its UI (i.e. no
    real services to maintain) so you'll have to manually configure and
    tune them. Some level of support for Hive's centralized services may
    appear in a future version of CM, but currently it just treats it like
    a client lib.

    Does this help?
    On Sun, Sep 9, 2012 at 11:21 AM, Jon Ramos wrote:
    Hi,

    If I'm running CM4.0 free edition on a 1-node cluster , is there an easy way
    using the web GUI to deploy Hive and Pig on that node as well (as long as
    there's enough memory)?

    If it's not possible using the web GUI, what other way is there to install
    both of them on the 1-node?

    - JR


    --
    Harsh J
  • Jon Ramos at Sep 11, 2012 at 5:04 am
    Yes it does help, Harsh! Thank you once again!


    - J
    On Sunday, September 9, 2012 2:27:40 AM UTC-4, Harsh J wrote:

    Hi Jon,

    After setting up the agent and services on the machine, you should
    find Hive and Pig packages already installed by Cloudera Manager. You
    can go right ahead and type "pig" or "hive" to start them up.

    The Hive and Pig programs are client-end programs that require no
    "managing" from Cloudera Manager to have a part in its UI (i.e. no
    real services to maintain) so you'll have to manually configure and
    tune them. Some level of support for Hive's centralized services may
    appear in a future version of CM, but currently it just treats it like
    a client lib.

    Does this help?
    On Sun, Sep 9, 2012 at 11:21 AM, Jon Ramos wrote:
    Hi,

    If I'm running CM4.0 free edition on a 1-node cluster , is there an easy way
    using the web GUI to deploy Hive and Pig on that node as well (as long as
    there's enough memory)?

    If it's not possible using the web GUI, what other way is there to install
    both of them on the 1-node?

    - JR


    --
    Harsh J
  • Vivek Shrivastava at Sep 11, 2012 at 5:22 am
    Hi Harsh,

    With no intention of hijacking thread, since Hive and Pig are client-end
    program, does that mean we can update them to the latest version without
    affecting anything with the CM. If that is right, is there any upgrade
    guidelines?

    Regards,

    Viv
    On Sat, Sep 8, 2012 at 11:27 PM, Harsh J wrote:

    Hi Jon,

    After setting up the agent and services on the machine, you should
    find Hive and Pig packages already installed by Cloudera Manager. You
    can go right ahead and type "pig" or "hive" to start them up.

    The Hive and Pig programs are client-end programs that require no
    "managing" from Cloudera Manager to have a part in its UI (i.e. no
    real services to maintain) so you'll have to manually configure and
    tune them. Some level of support for Hive's centralized services may
    appear in a future version of CM, but currently it just treats it like
    a client lib.

    Does this help?
    On Sun, Sep 9, 2012 at 11:21 AM, Jon Ramos wrote:
    Hi,

    If I'm running CM4.0 free edition on a 1-node cluster , is there an easy way
    using the web GUI to deploy Hive and Pig on that node as well (as long as
    there's enough memory)?

    If it's not possible using the web GUI, what other way is there to install
    both of them on the 1-node?

    - JR


    --
    Harsh J

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