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This time i checkout source from trunk and run it.
The i just came to terminal and want to see how many file there in the HDFS.
and i just execute "bin/hadoop -ls" , then error message throw out as in the
titile .

so i just have to start FSShell.java also from source code and configure
args[] time and time again.
But , without terminal , it's really uncomfortable.

is there any way to modify the *.sh file in a right way, or someone just
please update the .sh files in trunk.

Thanks
KrzyCube
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  • KrzyCube at Jul 3, 2007 at 7:23 am
    eh! I am so sorry everybody, i just made a mistake , the HADOOP_HOME
    configured wrongly , so got that error message.

    KrzyCube wrote:
    This time i checkout source from trunk and run it.
    The i just came to terminal and want to see how many file there in the
    HDFS.
    and i just execute "bin/hadoop -ls" , then error message throw out as in
    the titile .

    so i just have to start FSShell.java also from source code and configure
    args[] time and time again.
    But , without terminal , it's really uncomfortable.

    is there any way to modify the *.sh file in a right way, or someone just
    please update the .sh files in trunk.

    Thanks
    KrzyCube
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    View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/-Version-Mismatch-between-client-and-server--while-execute-%22bin-hadoop--ls%22-tf4016522.html#a11407244
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