Does MapR Supports XFS file system on linux? In general ext2 and ext3 are popular?
MapR itself creates its own filesystem by using the raw disks (accessing them using the /dev/sdX block devices). Because of this, you don't need to worry about formatting your disks, however you need to provide raw disks (at least one) to MapR to use.
I installed a Vsphere Hypervisor to create virtual systems. The default file system given in hypervisor is XFS. I am trying to install MapR cluster on Cent OS.
whenever Map R is partitioning the /dev/sdb, it is always givining a warning by allocating on 40 to 50 GB /opt even though the raw disk is 800 GB.
I have tried fdisk and created partitions. 3 Physical partitions and 1 extended partition. In extended partition, 2 logical partitions.
Still the issue persists
Does CentOS 7 fully supports MapR or Do I need to try a lower version of CentOS?
How should I do the partitions.
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