How to ensure that Oozie has started? Which Command line tool use to check the status of Oozie?

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Can anyone suggest how to check whether Oozie has started or to check the status?

Jun 10 in Big Data Hadoop by rishi

recategorized Jun 10 by Gitika 63 views

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Hey,

To get ensure that your Oozie has been started, check the Oozie log file to ensure properly:

logs/oozie.log

Using the Oozie command line tool check the status of Oozie:

$ bin/oozie admin -oozie http://localhost:11000/oozie -status
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