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Hadoop Configuration

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Hadoop Configuration

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Hi,

 

Please help in resolving my query as i am new to hadoop.

 

Where can i find the slaves hostname and ip address from master for connecting through ssh , if i am unable to find it in /etc/hosts.

 

In a production cluster how the connection between slaves and masters are carried out if not through /etc/hosts.?

 

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Hadoop Configuration

Cloudera Employee

Hello Vihoop,

 

Thanks for your question.

 

/etc/hosts is not the only place to set/configure the hostnames of hosts. A valid public DNS record could be another resolver for your hosts in case you have defined your hosts' hostname with a public DNS provider (A or CNAME records). However, Linux systems usually resolve the hostname as per the order of the resolver in /etc/nsswitch.conf file.

 

There is a lot of standard DNS commands that exam your hostname resolution, like: dig, host, nslookup, whois, and many else..

 

Respectfully

Laith