We have a carte service running, with 'Table output' to a jdbc database. We try to catch the JDBC logging : https://jdbc.postgresql.org/documentation/head/logging.html but we were not able to get some logging into any file. Is there somebody, who can explain us how to do this?
Hi HAD Experts, Im trying the "Deploy and Setup OS on Virtual Machine" on version 8.5.3 but it fails. It deploys the template but when it executes the second plugin it fails to set the IP address of the VM. I have removed open-vm-tools and installed native vmware tools on the template but still not luck At this point the VM has been… Show more
Hello Jonny, I apologize to reply late. The location of the error is “Set-VM -VMoradb04 -OsCustomizationSpec JP1AOSpec20171205084330729 –Confirm”, however, the cause cannot be specified only with your information. We might assume the causes are a parameter setting or environment setting was failed. Please check the VMware tools install…
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This post originally published by Chris Deptula on Tuesday, October 27, 2015 I recently attended the Strata-HadoopWorld conference in NYC. I have been attending this conference for the past few years and each year a theme emerges. A few years ago it was SQL on Hadoop, last year was all Spark. This year there was a lot of buzz about streaming… Show more
This post originally published by Kevin Haas on Tuesday, July 14, 2015 When working with our clients, we find a growing number who regard their customer or transaction data as not just an internally leveraged asset, but one that can enrich their relationships with customers and supporting partners. They need to systematically share data and… Show more
This post originally published by Bryan Senseman on Wednesday, October 15, 2014 I'm a huge user of Mondrian, the high speed open source OLAP engine behind Pentaho Analyzer, Saiku, and more. While the core Mondrian engine is wonderful, there are times when it doesn't do what I need it to, or exactly what I expect it to. Take this special case… Show more
This post originally published by Chris Deptula on Wednesday, November 19, 2014. Many of you requested more information on the inner workings of the Sqoop component. Perhaps the best way to explain is via "lessons learned". Here goes... Use the split-by Option Sqoop is primarily used to extract and import data from databases into HDFS and… Show more
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This post originally published by Chris Deptula on Tuesday, February 24, 2015. This is the third in a three part blog on working with small files in Hadoop. In my previous blogs, we defined what constitutes a small file and why Hadoop prefers fewer, larger files. We then elaborated on the specific issues that small files cause, specifically… Show more