Set files are placed in the remote server[not a hadoop cluster node], which source type is suitable for collecting these files from remote server to HDFS using Flume. The initial study on Flume, I came to know source type "Exec", "Spooling Directory" can be used to collect these file, I want to know whether Flume service should run the remote server[source system from where i want to get the data]? Thanks.

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Shiva Ram

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