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Execute bash script on a dataproc cluster from a composer


Execute bash script on a dataproc cluster from a composer

By : amira ayman
Date : October 24 2020, 06:10 PM
this will help For running a simple shell script on the master node, the easiest way would be to use a pig sh Dataproc job, such as the following:
code :
gcloud dataproc jobs submit pig --cluster ${CLUSTER} --execute 'sh echo hello world'
gcloud dataproc jobs submit pig --cluster ${CLUSTER} --execute 'fs -cp gs://foo/my_jarfile.jar file:///tmp/localjar.jar'
#!/bin/bash
# copy-jars.sh

gsutil cp gs://foo/my-jarfile.jar /tmp/localjar.jar


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Cannot reopen Jupyter notebooks on Google Cloud Dataproc cluster after stopping cluster

Cannot reopen Jupyter notebooks on Google Cloud Dataproc cluster after stopping cluster


By : laura
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem This is because the current initialization action explicitly launches the jupyter notebook service calling launch-jupyter-kernel.sh. Initialization actions aren't the same as GCE startup-scripts in that they don't re-run on startup; the intent normally is that initialization actions need not be idempotent, but instead if they want to restart on startup need to add some init.d/systemd configs to do so explicitly.
For the one-off case, you can just SSH into the master, then do:
code :
sudo su
source /etc/profile.d/conda.sh
nohup jupyter notebook --allow-root --no-browser >> /var/log/jupyter_notebook.log 2>&1 &
Some YARN worker node not join cluster , while I create spark cluster on Dataproc

Some YARN worker node not join cluster , while I create spark cluster on Dataproc


By : user1665558
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further OP confirmed that this issue is resolved and they didn't encounter it anymore.
Run Bash script on GCP Dataproc

Run Bash script on GCP Dataproc


By : user3290353
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue As Aniket mentions, pig sh would itself be considered the script-runner for Dataproc jobs; instead of having to turn your wrapper script into a Pig script in itself, just use Pig to bootstrap any bash script you want to run. For example, suppose you have an arbitrary bash script hello.sh:
code :
gsutil cp hello.sh gs://${BUCKET}/hello.sh
gcloud dataproc jobs submit pig --cluster ${CLUSTER} \
    -e 'fs -cp -f gs://${BUCKET}/hello.sh file:///tmp/hello.sh; sh chmod 750 /tmp/hello.sh; sh /tmp/hello.sh'
gcloud dataproc jobs submit pig --cluster ${CLUSTER} \
    --jars hello.sh \
    -e 'sh chmod 750 ${PWD}/hello.sh; sh ${PWD}/hello.sh'
gcloud dataproc jobs submit pig --cluster ${CLUSTER} \
    --jars gs://${BUCKET}/hello.sh \
    -e 'sh chmod 750 ${PWD}/hello.sh; sh ${PWD}/hello.sh'
Error Creating Google Cloud Dataproc Cluster - no access to initialization proxy script

Error Creating Google Cloud Dataproc Cluster - no access to initialization proxy script


By : user3591159
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine There appears to be a temporary issue with permissions settings on Dataproc's regionally-hosted versions of the initialization actions -- long term these regional copies are indeed what you should be using for better isolating regional reliability of the init actions and also to avoid cross-region copying of init actions, but in the meantime, you can use the shared "global" copy of the init action instead:
code :
gcloud dataproc clusters create hive-cluster    \ 
--initialization-actions gs://dataproc-initialization-actions/cloud-sql-proxy/cloud-sql-proxy.sh \
...
How can I use dataproc to pull data from bigquery that is not in the same project as my dataproc cluster?

How can I use dataproc to pull data from bigquery that is not in the same project as my dataproc cluster?


By : Hussaini Muhammad
Date : November 25 2020, 01:01 AM
like below fixes the issue To use service account key file authorization you need to set mapred.bq.auth.service.account.enable property to true and point BigQuery connector to a service account json keyfile using mapred.bq.auth.service.account.json.keyfile property (cluster or job). Note that this property value is a local path, that's why you need to distribute a keyfile to all the cluster nodes beforehand, using initialization action, for example.
Alternatively, you can use any authorization method described here, but you need to replace fs.gs properties prefix with mapred.bq for BigQuery connector.
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