How to Install Hadoop Eclipse Plugin in Ubuntu
If you’re wondering how to install Hadoop Eclipse plugin in Ubuntu, this article is for you! This article walks you through the entire installation process. First, you will need to install Maven 3.6.1 as well as the Hadoop SDK. Once these are installed, you’ll need to restart eclipse. Once that is complete, you’re ready to work with the Hadoop SDK. You can then create a spring-based or Hibernate application with the Eclipse Oxygen package.
First, open Eclipse and navigate to the perspective directory. Select the Map/Reduce perspective. Click on the Blue Elephant icon. Select Map/Reduce (V2) Master and Distributed FileSystem Master, and you are ready to begin analyzing data. The new location will appear on the map. To view Hadoop data in context menu, click on Map/Reduce icon.
Next, you will need to establish an openSSH connection between Hadoop cluster and eclipse software. To enable passwordless SSH, you’ll need to set up Cygwin. Next, you will need to enable passwordless SSH access to your Hadoop scripts. If you don’t have this privilege, you can use the ssh-host-config command to configure SSH settings. Before proceeding, make sure you enable “Privilege Separation”.