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Hadoop init scripts missing below /etc/init.d

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Hadoop init scripts missing below /etc/init.d

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Hi All,

 

I installed 4 node cluster on vmware workstation, here my question is hadoop-hdfs-namenode scripts and other scripts related to starting and stopping hadoop services are not available below /etc/init.d ….

 

Please help me why this hadoop scripts are not available below /etc/init.d.

 

Kind Regards

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Re: Hadoop init scripts missing below /etc/init.d

If you use Cloudera Manager to manage the cluster, services are started and
stopped by the Cloudera Manager agent and not using scripts under
/etc/init.d.

Read this blog post for an explanation of how Cloudera Manager works:
http://blog.cloudera.com/blog/2013/07/how-does-cloudera-manager-work/

Regards,
Gautam Gopalakrishnan