Integration of LVM with Hadoop-Cluster for making shared storage elastic using AWS Cloud

What is Elasticity?

Difference between static and dynamic partition💡

🌀Step 1 : Integrating LVM with Hadoop and providing Elasticity to Data Node Storage.

Inside Master Node ::

Inside Data Node ::

So now datanode is sharing 2.5 GB storage.

Let’s jump to next process.

🌀Step 2 : Increase or Decrease the Size of Datanode as per requirement .

Conclusion:

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