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Hadoop on Windows - UNHEALTHY Data Nodes Fix

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If you have been running Hadoop on Windows machines, you may encounter issues about unhealthy data nodes. Usually this will happen if there is no enough disk space in your local drive. For example, if I start the HDFS and YARN demons under the context of C drive, the local temporary folders will ...
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