Hive Without Hadoop

Kevin Feasel

2017-11-01

Hadoop

Anubhav Tarar notes that you can run Hive queries against data even without a Hadoop installation:

Starting with release 0.7Hive also supports a mode to run map-reduce jobs in local-mode automatically

you just have to do two things first create your warehouse in local system and give the default fs name to local put these properties inside your hive-site.xml

This is a fairly short post; click through to see the changes you’d make to hive-site.xml.

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