Apache Falcon Installation on Ubuntu 14.04

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    Below is the high level procedural steps for installing and setup of Apache Falcon from Apache. It is still incubator status and we have to use maven to build apache falcon. In this topic, we are installing faclon-0.7-incubating version on Ubuntu 14.04. We are using Hadoop-2.6.0 and Oozie-4.0.0 to integrate falcon with this.

    We can clone Falcon sources from git and call the src/bin/package.sh with the Hadoop and Oozie target versions that we want:

    $ git clone https://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator-falcon falcon

    If java version on our machine is greater than or equal to 1.7 then we need to edit the build-tools/src/bin/build-oozie.sh to add the below line to make it ready for java version 1.7 otherwise it will throw Error Message 1 shown at the bottom of this post.

    in build-tools/src/bin/build-oozie.sh:

    then submit the below commands from falcon folder.





    Error Message 1



    yep :), it is working for me.

    just on remark, i must maven 3, some unix install only maven 2 and pom.xml seem not
    more compatible for compiling.

    it is very useful help for hadoop 2.6.0, because it save lot of time and works and investigation i lose lost of time with oozie, an when i see oozie embeded inside falcon.

    thanks for the job and your time


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