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Flume and Hadoop on OS X

Arbo v. Monkiewitsch:

For a kick-ass webscale big-data setup on your local mac you’ll want to have Hadoop and Flume place.

No seriously, this setup is especially useful, if you want to route your syslog output from your nodes to HDFS in order to process it later using Map/Reduce jobs.

My emphasis.

Original title and link: Flume and Hadoop on OS X (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://geekiriki.blogspot.com/2011/10/flume-and-hadoop-on-os-x.html