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Setting up MapR client on Mac...

Question asked by MichaelSegel on Nov 1, 2016
Latest reply on Nov 22, 2016 by MichaelSegel



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?


Second question:

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?


Third question:


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)