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From Bertrand Dechoux <decho...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Realtime sensor's tcpip data to hadoop
Date Fri, 09 May 2014 13:46:24 GMT
Flume is indeed something you should look into. 'Log files' is a
simplification. Flume really handles events and yes logs are a common kind
of event but not the only one.



On Wed, May 7, 2014 at 4:48 AM, Alex Lee <eliyart@hotmail.com> wrote:

> Sensors' may send tcpip data to server. Each sensor may send tcpip data
> like a stream to the server, the quatity of the sensors and the data rate
> of the data is high.
> Firstly, how the data from tcpip can be put into hadoop. It need to do
> some process and store in hbase. Does it need through save to data files
> and put into hadoop or can be done in some direct ways from tcpip. Is there
> any software module can take care of this. Searched that Ganglia Nagios and
> Flume may do it. But when looking into details, ganglia and nagios are
> more for monitoring hadoop cluster itself. Flume is for log files.
> Secondly, if the total network traffic from sensors are over the limit of
> one lan port, how to share the loads, is there any component in hadoop to
> make this done automatically.
> Any suggestions, thanks.

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