Not able to start jobtracker in hadoop

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Hi. I have installed everything correctly but when I run jps command, I can not see jobtracker. Hadoop version 2.2.0. Operating System Ubuntu 14.

Dec 11, 2018 in Big Data Hadoop by digger
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There is no jobtracker in hadoop 2.2.0 YARN framework. It is replaced by ResourceManager and ApplicationMaster. So your jps should have the following output to show everything is running:

$jps
33719 Jps
48829 NameNode
38488 DataNode
99383 ResourceManager
27228 NodeManager
38892 JobHistoryServer
answered Dec 11, 2018 by Omkar
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