Hadoop 3.2.1. on Ubuntu 18.04 (Pseudo-Distribuited)

on a ORACLE VM VirtualBox Machine.

In this small article we will install Hadoop on a Ubuntu OS hosted by the Oracle VM VirtualBox. Before hand we did a Ubuntu update and install the NANO text editor by console.

Type Yes, and hit ENTER.

Type Yes, and hit ENTER.

At the end of the document, add the following line an save the file:

Execute the following command to create a new key:

Hit ENTER when asked for a name file.

Copy the public key to authorized_keys:

Check the ssh settings by connecting into the localhost. If asked to continue, type yes:

Exit the localhost.

It needs to be JAVA 8 as Hadoop 3* only support this one.

Check java installation.

Extract it.

For convenience, let’s change the name folder.

[ Editing Files ]

Path:

Add the following line on the java’s implementation section:

Path:

Add:

Path:

Add:

Path:

Add:

Path:

Add:

Check JVM’s

And check it on localhost:9870

A check it on localhost:8088

Hope you liked this small article, best regards, Ricardo Costa (Richards).

This article was created in a context of the Distributed Systems Class 2020–21, ESTG-IPG.