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MapReduce Tutorial : Setting Eclipse

This is not well tested.

If you do not like VIM, you can try using Eclipse as a Java editor. You should

  1. Download /SGE/HADOOP/active/hadoop-core-1.0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar
  2. Download the directory /net/projects/hadoop/java-extensions/classes
  3. Create a new Eclipse project that references the hadoop-core-1.0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar and includes all the files in /net/projects/hadoop/java-extensions/classes.
  4. The jar file must be copied to the UFAL cluster to be executed. If you have to input your password for every ssh login, you can use connection sharing and input password only once – see Connection sharing.


Remote Execution

wget 'http://ufallab.ms.mff.cuni.cz/~majlis/eclipse-project.tar.gz'
tar -xzf eclipse-project.tar.gz
ssh -X -Y ufal-computer.ms.mff.cuni.cz '/home/majlis/bin/eclipse'

Local Execution

wget 'http://ufallab.ms.mff.cuni.cz/~majlis/eclipse-project.tar.gz'
tar -xzf eclipse-project.tar.gz

Connection sharing

If you need to type password every time you login to UFAL network, you can use connection sharing to write it only once:

Step 21: Preparing the environment. Overview Step 23: Predefined formats and types.

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