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From Tulasi Paradarami <>
Subject Re: Phoenix on Amazon EMR
Date Tue, 09 Sep 2014 05:03:53 GMT
Yes, a blog post will be of great help especially considering its not clear when Amazon will
upgrade their default version to 3.x or 4.x

> On Sep 8, 2014, at 9:07 PM, James Taylor <> wrote:
> 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 <>
>> See Comments Inline
>> Thanks
>> ------ Original message------
>> From: Krishna
>> Date: Tue, Sep 9, 2014 5:24 AM
>> To:;
>> Subject:Phoenix on Amazon EMR
>> Hi,
>> 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
>> Could someone clarify the following with regards to 2.1.2?
>> 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.
>> Did anyone try installing Phoenix 3x using EMR's bootstrap action capabilities?
works.You will need to build client jar as per hadoop 2 version supported by AWS.
>> 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.
>>  -hd <arg>      HDFS NameNode IP:<port>
>>  -mr <arg>      MapReduce Job Tracker IP:<port>
>>  -zk <arg>      Zookeeper IP:<port>
>> Thanks for your inputs.
>> Krishna

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