Once you've launched your Hadoop cluster, you need to install the
connector. While you can compile the connector yourself, it's a lot easier
just to download the jars directly from here: http://search.maven.org/#search|ga|1|g%3A%22org.mongodb.mongo-hadoop%22.
You can determine which jars you need and how to set them up from the
documentation here: https://github.com/mongodb/mongo-hadoop/wiki.
On Sunday, April 17, 2016 at 9:49:59 PM UTC-7, Jon wrote:
Would anyone here be willing to walk me through setting this stuff up on
Amazon Web Services? I need to run MongoDB on an EC2 instance and connect
to an EMR Hadoop cluster for a project, but I've never used any of this
stuff (Mongo/Hadoop/the connector/AWS) before so it's a bit overwhelming.
I've downloaded the connector from Github so far. I believe I need to run
"gradlew jar" to build the jars (not really sure what those do either), but
after that I'm a bit lost. Have been searching for about a week now, but I
can't find a good step-by-step process for this. Anyone willing to help?
It'd be really really appreciated!
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