It uses UNIX standard streams as the interface between Hadoop and your program so you can write Mapreduce program in any language which can write to standard output and read standard input. Hadoop offers a lot of methods to help non-Java development.
The primary mechanisms are Hadoop Pipes which gives a native C++ interface to Hadoop and Hadoop Streaming which permits any program that uses standard input and output to be used for map tasks and reduce tasks.
With this utility one can create and run Map/Reduce jobs with any executable or script as the mapper and/or the reducer.
Streaming supports any programming language that can read from standard input and write to standard output. For Hadoop streaming one must consider the word-count problem. Codes are written for the mapper and the reducer in python script to be run under Hadoop.
!/usr/bin/python import sys for intellipaatline in sys.stdin: # Input takes from standard input intellipaatline = intellipaatline.strip() # Remove whitespace either side words = intellipaatline.split() # Break the line into words for myword in words: # Iterate the words list output print '%s\t%s' % (myword, 1) # Write the results to standard
#!/usr/bin/python from operator import item getter import sys current_word = "" current_count = 0 word = "" for intellipaatline in sys.stdin: # Input takes from standard input intellipaatline = intellipaatline.strip() # Remove whitespace either side word , count = intellipaatline.split('\t', 1) # Split the input we got from mapper.py try: # Convert count variable to integer count = int(count) except ValueError: # Count was not a number, so silently ignore this line continue if current_word == word: current_count += count else: if current_word: print '%s\t%s' % (current_word, current_count) # Write result to standard o/p current_count = count current_word = word if current_word == word: # Do not forget to output the last word if needed! print '%s\t%s' % (current_word, current_count)
Mapper and Reducer codes should be saved in mapper.py and reducer.py in Hadoop home directory.
$ $HADOOP_HOME/bin/hadoop jar contrib/streaming/hadoop-streaming-1. 2.1.jar \ -input input_dirs \ - output output_dir \ - mapper<path/mapper.py \ -reducer <path/reducer.py Where “\” is used for line continuation for clear readability
|-input directory/file-name||Input location for mapper. (Required)|
|-output directory-name||Output location for reducer. (Required)|
|-mapper executable or script or JavaClassName||Mapper executable. (Required)|
|-reducer executable or script or JavaClassName||Reducer executable. (Required)|
|-file file-name||Create the mapper, reducer or combiner executable available locally on the compute nodes.|
|-inputformat JavaClassName||Class you offer should return key, value pairs of Text class. If not specified TextInputFormat is used as the default.|
|-outputformat JavaClassName||Class you offer should take key, value pairs of Text class. If not specified TextOutputformat is used as the default.|
|-partitioner JavaClassName||Class that determines which reduce a key is sent to.|
|-combiner streaming Command or JavaClassName||Combiner executable for map output.|
|-inputreader||For backwards compatibility: specifies a record reader class instead of an input format class.|
|-lazyOutput||Creates output lazily. For example if the output format is based on FileOutputFormat, the output file is created only on the first call to output.collect or Context.write.|
|-numReduceTasks||Specifies the number of reducers.|
|-mapdebug||Script to call when map task fails.|
|-reducedebug||Script to call when reduction makes the task failure|
|-cmdenv name=value||Passes the environment variable to streaming commands.|
It is the name of the C++ interface to Hadoop MapReduce. Unlike Streaming which uses standard I/O to communicate with the map and reduce code Pipes uses sockets as the channel over which the tasktracker communicates with the process running the C++ map or reduce function. JNI is not used.Previous Next
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