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From Ted Dunning <ted.dunn...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Drill on Amazon?
Date Fri, 31 Oct 2014 22:56:35 GMT

Didn't see if you got an answer.

Yes... you would just start drill bits on each node separately.  You might
have some troubles because Amazon disables UDP multicast by default.  That
issue should be resolved soon.

On Sun, Oct 19, 2014 at 4:30 PM, Iver Walkoe <revi@eyecue.com> wrote:

> Hello!
> This is my first query to the group - at present, I'm an inexperienced
> Drill user though looking to change that.
> I am pretty familiar with AWS - though not as much at the config level -
> and can make my way around Hadoop.
> That being said, and noting I'm going to be following up with Amazon
> people on this as well, I thought I'd post a question here just in case
> there were some readily available resources.
> I'm looking to investigate the possibility of using Drill with Hive on an
> EMR instance pointed toward an external table on S3. That is, I'd be
> looking to use Hive to create the metadata for an external table on S3 and
> have Drill leverage this.
> In particular, I am pretty clueless as to how one would get Drill
> installed on the slave nodes on an EMR instance. Don't know if it's
> possible, in fact (hoping it is). It would seem that getting Drill (Bits)
> on the slave nodes and then being able to communicate with a Drill Bit on
> such a node is the task at hand.
> Any and all suggestions are greatly appreciated!
> Thanks!
> Iver

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