Thanks for the suggestion Steve. I'll try that out.
> On 15 May 2015, at 21:20, Mohammad Tariq <email@example.com> wrote:
> Thank you Ayan and Ted for the prompt response. It isn't working with s3n either.
> And I am able to download the file. In fact I am able to read the same file using s3 API without any issue.
sounds like an S3n config problem. Check your configurations - you can test locally via the hdfs dfs command without even starting spark
Oh, and if there is a "/" in your secret key, you're going to to need to generate new one. Long story