Ready to install? Check the prerequisites and then follow these steps to get up and running with LiveData Migrator.
Install LiveData Migrator and upload to your chosen host. If you're migrating from Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS), install LiveData Migrator on an edge node in the Hadoop cluster. Run the following installation command:
Make the installation script executable and install as the root (or sudo) user. These commands assume that the installer is inside your working directory.
chmod +x livedata-migrator.sh && ./livedata-migrator.sh
On CentOS 6, start the
livedata-uiservices manually using the following commands:
initctl start livedata-migrator
initctl start livedata-ui
Check the service statuses with these commands:
service livedata-migrator status
service hivemigrator status
service livedata-ui status
If you want to run the installer using a default user, run the following command:
|Component||Default system user||Default system user group|
If you want to install the product using a custom user or a custom user group, run the following command:
./livedata-migrator.sh -- --user <custom user> --group <custom group>
This sets the custom user and custom user group for all services and their respective directories.
For more information about configuring custom users, go to Configure system users.
If you want to install the LiveData Migrator UI on a separate host from other components, run the following commands:
./livedata-x.x.x-xx-full_rpm_installer.<version-number>.sh --noexec --keep
rpm -ivh livedata-ui-<version-number>.noarch.rpm
./livedata-x.xx.x-xx-full_rpm_installer.<version-number>.sh --noexec --keep
rpm -ivh livedata-migrator-<version-number>.noarch.rpmrpm -ivh hivemigrator-<version-number>.noarch.rpmrpm -ivh livedata-migrator-cli-<version-number>.noarch.rpm
Once you have LiveData Migrator running, you're ready to get started.