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Hadoop client setup to access remote cluster

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I have setup a HDP 2.3 cluster on Linux(CentOS). Now I am trying to utilize my ETL programs to access this cluster from a windows environment.
Should I setup Apache Hadoop on Windows local/server. What setup should I do ? What goes into the core-site.xml (mention my remote HDFS url ?/)
Any pointers would be helpful.

posted Oct 7, 2015 by anonymous

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