What are the modes in which Hadoop run?
Apache Hadoop runs in three modes:
1) Local (Standalone) Mode – Hadoop by default run in a single-node, non-distributed mode, as a single Java process. Local mode uses the local file system for input and output operation. It is also used for debugging purpose, and it does not support the use of HDFS. Further, in this mode, there is no custom configuration required for configuration files.
2) Pseudo-Distributed Mode – Just like the Standalone mode, Hadoop also runs on a single-node in a Pseudo-distributed mode. The difference is that each daemon runs in a separate Java process in this Mode. In Pseudo-distributed mode, we need configuration for all the four files mentioned above. In this case, all daemons are running on one node and thus, both Master and Slave node are the same.
3) Fully-Distributed Mode – In this mode, all daemons execute in separate nodes forming a multi-node cluster. Thus, it allows separate nodes for Master and Slave.
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