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From James Taylor <jamestay...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Phoenix on Amazon EMR
Date Tue, 09 Sep 2014 04:07:05 GMT
Thanks, Puneet. That's super helpful. Was (2) difficult to do? That might
make an interesting blog if you're up for it. I'd be happy to post on your
behalf  if that's helpful.

Thanks,
James

On Monday, September 8, 2014, Puneet Kumar Ojha <puneet.kumar@pubmatic.com>
wrote:

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> *From: *Krishna
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> *Date: *Tue, Sep 9, 2014 5:24 AM
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> *To: *user@phoenix.apache.org
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> *Subject:*Phoenix on Amazon EMR
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>   Hi,
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>  Does anyone have experience using Amazon EMR with Phoenix? I'm currently
> evaluating Phoenix for a HBase store on Amazon EMR. EMR provides Phoenix
> 2.1.2 as the default installation but I prefer to use 3x.---Use 3.x
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>  Could someone clarify the following with regards to 2.1.2?
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>    1. Does this version support bulk-loading capabilities? We expect to
>    load more than trillion rows, so, bulk-loader is a necessity.  Use-Can
>    Phoenix 2.1.2 run on either Hadoop1 or Hadoop2? -No. Use 3.x for mapreduce
>    uploaded.
>    2. Did anyone try installing Phoenix 3x using EMR's bootstrap action
>    capabilities?-Yes....it works.You will need to build client jar as per
>    hadoop 2 version supported by AWS.
>    3. In the following arguments to the bulk loader, is port # required
>    or optional? If I'm using Hadoop2, should Resource Manager node be
>    substituted for Job Tracker? -Yes.  You will see the port details when
>    u login to emr cluster.
>       1.  -hd <arg>      HDFS NameNode IP:<port>
>       2.  -mr <arg>      MapReduce Job Tracker IP:<port>
>       3.  -zk <arg>      Zookeeper IP:<port>
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>  Thanks for your inputs.
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>  Krishna
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