Hadoop 3.3.0 winutils

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Winutils is required when installing Hadoop on Windows environment.

Hadoop 3.3.0 winutils

I've compiled Hadoop 3.3.0 on Windows 10 using CMake and Visual Studio (MSVC x64).

Follow these two steps to download it:

  1. https://github.com/kontext-tech/winutils
  2. Go to subfolder hadoop-3.3.0/bin to download the binaries. 
warning These binaries are provided for testing and learning purposes and no guarantees are provided. Please don't use it on production environments. 

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