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courses:mapreduce-tutorial:managing-a-hadoop-cluster [2013/02/08 14:35]
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 A Hadoop cluster can be created: A Hadoop cluster can be created:
   * for a specific Hadoop job. This is done by executing the job with the ''​-c''​ option, see [[.:Running jobs]].   * for a specific Hadoop job. This is done by executing the job with the ''​-c''​ option, see [[.:Running jobs]].
-  * manually using ''/​net/​projects/​hadoop/​bin/​hadoop-cluster''​ script: <​code>/​net/​projects/​hadoop/​bin/​hadoop-cluster -c number_of_machines -w seconds_until_cluster_terminates</​code>​+  * manually using ''/​net/​projects/​hadoop/​bin/​hadoop-cluster''​ script: <​code>/​net/​projects/​hadoop/​bin/​hadoop-cluster -c number_of_machines -w seconds_to_wait_after_all_jobs_completed</​code>​
  
 When a Hadoop cluster is about to start, a job is submitted to SGE cluster. When the cluster starts successfully,​ the jobtracker:​port and the address of the web interface is printed, and 3 files are created in the current directory: When a Hadoop cluster is about to start, a job is submitted to SGE cluster. When the cluster starts successfully,​ the jobtracker:​port and the address of the web interface is printed, and 3 files are created in the current directory:

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