Big Data is a set of massive data, a collection of huge in size and exponentially growing data, that cannot be managed, stored, and processed by traditional data management tools.
FSCK stands for Filesystem Check. It is a command used to run a Hadoop summary report that describes the state of HDFS. It only checks for errors and does not correct them. This command can be executed on either the whole system or a subset of files.
There are three core methods of a reducer. They are
The term fsck stands for File System Check, used by HDFS. It is used to check discrepancies and if there is any difficulty in the file. For instance, if there are any missing blocks in the file, HDFS gets reported through this command.
HDFS NameNode supports exclusive write only. Hence, only the first user will receive the grant for file access and the second user will be rejected.
Below are the common input formats in Hadoop
There are two phases of MapReduce operation.
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