Ok, so I'm playing with MapR5.1 Community Edition. Cluster is a single node NUC running without too many hiccups....
My client is my Mac Laptop. I downloaded the Mapr 5.1 client.
Followed the instructions to set it up and configure it.
First question / nag...
I keep getting the warning that I don't have any native libraries.... Ok. fine... how do I shut off this warning?
HBase. I would love to run hbase shell locally, as well as connect to hbase from a local app (zeppellin job)
what am I missing? Note: It doesn't appear that there is ZK running on the cluster, although its a single node of HBase.
(What about MapRDB? ) So how do I get an HBase Client install?
On the cluster, I have spark-1.6.1 installed in /opt/mapr/spark/spark-1.6.1 .
What about installing a later version of spark?
Should I just pull the binaries from MapR's site and drop it in... and creating the symbolic link to a later release (spark 2.01? ;-) Or is there something else?
What about Scala support? version 2.11?
Would like to build Zepellin to run local to my laptop but use the cluster, but I don't think Paul's example (blog) covers this and looks like he built it for a node.
Sorry for the long question(s)