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Jupyter content manager that uses the HDFS filesystem

Project description

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HDFS Contents Manager for Jupyter Notebooks
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A contents manager for Jupyter that stores files in Hadoop File System (HDFS)


Install
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1) Install HDFS3_.

2) Clone this repository then pip install .


Run
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You can use command line arguments to set HDFS related configurations

::

jupyter-notebook --NotebookApp.contents_manager_class='hdfscontents.hdfsmanager.HDFSContentsManager' \
--HDFSContentsManager.hdfs_namenode_host='localhost' \
--HDFSContentsManager.hdfs_namenode_port=9000 \
--HDFSContentsManager.root_dir='/user/centos/'

.. code: bash

Alternatively, first run:
::
jupyter-notebook --generate-config

to generate a default config file. Edit and add the HDFS related configurations in the generated file. Then start the notebook server.
::
jupyter-notebook


.. _HDFS3: https://hdfs3.readthedocs.io/en/latest/install.html

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