Now we have a clean Hadoop installation ↗ is time of testing and configuration. Our first test is to check if Hadoop is correctly installed and callable, we only need run the command $ hadoop This will print the usage of Hadoop. To operate with Hadoop without difficulties we need to disable ipv6 $ cd [...]
Now that we have a fresh installation of Fedora Server 24 ↗ and our virtual machine is LAN-available the next step is install Apache Hadoop ↗ in our virtual machine. In this case, as a requirement of @yulwitter we will working with Hadoop 2.7.1 although the installation steps are essentially the same for 2.X versions [...]
How to make our virtual machine available in my local network? With Virtual Box in a graphical environment achieve this goal is question of few click in Settings. Figure 1 In the Network menu set Attached to to Bridged Adapter option, then select the name of your network interface, in my case this is wlp2s0. [...]
Now that we have installed VirtualBox on our PC ↗, is time to start with the preparation of our virtual cluster. The first is install Fedora Server. Open VirtualBox and click on New Machine button Figure 1. To make the things easier, select the Expert Mode in the pop-up windows Figure 2. Figure 3. This [...]
After installing ApricityOS ↗, the next step is install Virtual Box on it. To do this task one command is sufficient: $ sudo pacman -S virtualbox-5.1.0-1 virtualbox-host-modules-arch-5.1.0-2 And that's all. After this command is complete you will have a fresh installation of VirtualBox. Figure 1. Fresh installation of VirtualBox on ApricityOS.
I thought it would be a good idea to start my first roadmap in HPC world with a short guide to install my desktop distribution: ApricityOS. ApricityOS is a eye candy Linux distribution based on ArchLinux. At the time of this post it is under development and you can download its Release Candidate 2. Fortunately this distribution is rolling release [...]