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Flume Cookbook: Flume and Apache Logs

Part of the ☞ Flume cookbook:

In this post, we present a recipe that describes the common use case of using a Flume node collect Apache 2 web servers logs in order to deliver them to HDFS.

In case you want to (initially) skip Flume‘s user guide, you could start with this intro to Flume and then how does Flume and Scribe compare.

Original title and link: Flume Cookbook: Flume and Apache Logs (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://www.cloudera.com/blog/2010/09/using-flume-to-collect-apache-2-web-server-logs/