Tutorial by Topics: hive

The Archive module Microsoft.PowerShell.Archive provides functions for storing files in ZIP archives (Compress-Archive) and extracting them (Expand-Archive). This module is available in PowerShell 5.0 and above.

In earlier versions of PowerShell the Community Extensions or .NET System.IO.Compression.FileSystem could be used.

If you want to use the <includeAll> tag in your changelog and expect it to find the relative changelog through the classloader of your wildfly application server, you may hit some issue as the Virtual file system wildfly uses produces URLs that are not properly processed by the ClassLoaderResourceAccessor bundled with Liquibase.

If we have a Hive meta-store associated with our HDFS cluster, Sqoop can import the data into Hive by generating and executing a CREATE TABLE statement to define the data’s layout in Hive. Importing data into Hive is as simple as adding the --hive-import option to your Sqoop command line.

This documentation provides a way to connect to hive using SOLR Data Import Handler and index the data in SOLR. This is an interesting documentation because I couldn't find it over internet.

The handler basically handles more than 80 million records which means a strong infrastructure with good CPUs and Memory is definitely needed.

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