Hadoop Application Architectures

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Page Figure 2-3, Page 53
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The image for single hop is incorrect. The image should have one less hop. Thanks to Aleks Shulman for pointing this out.

Mark Grover
Mark Grover
 
Aug 09, 2015 
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Page ix
4th paragraph, 2nd sentence

"Its gained fine-grained security controls, ..." should read "It has gained fine-grained security controls, ..."

Martin Hammer  Nov 06, 2015 
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Page 5
Binary data

The section on Binary data says "If the splittable unit of binary data is larger than 64 MB, you may consider putting the data in its own file, without using a container format." I have a different opinion here, I don't think that is always the case. Here is my argument, if the file size is large say 10 GB, we can store it is as is i.e. without any container format like SequenceFile. But suppose we have many (around 10,000) binary files each has 300 MB (larger than 64 MB), we are still benefited by storing it in container like SequenceFile because that way we have one large SequenceFile containing small files (where Key is file name and Value is the content of the file). Now if we have stored this file as is we are increasing the memory footprint of Namenode (1 big file Vs 10,000 small file). Although we don't have appreciable gains in terms of space but we have substantial improvement in terms of memory of the Namenode which I think is a major architectural decision.

Gaurav Bhardwaj  Apr 25, 2016 
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Page 51
4th paragraph 2nd bullet

"it’s not possible to parallize file transfers" I think it should read: it’s not possible to parallelize file transfers

Note from the Author or Editor:
I just fixed it in our source files on 6/30.

Chris Lim  Mar 11, 2015 
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Page 133

In the Python section, we refer to Uri Laserson's work as if it was a book from O'Reilly. As it turns out, it's not a book, it's simply a blog. The offending line is referring to 'Python Frameworks for Hadoop'. Thanks to Kathleen Ting for reporting this.

Mark Grover
Mark Grover
 
Aug 25, 2015 
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Page 285
Image

The diagram says 'Card Swapping device', it should be 'Card Swiping device'.

Mark Grover
Mark Grover
 
Sep 04, 2015