Nutch 2.0 Tutorial


This document describes how to get Nutch 2.0 to use HBase as a storage backend for Gora.

 <description>Default class for storing data</description>

    <!-- Uncomment this to use HBase as Gora backend. -->
    <dependency org="org.apache.gora" name="gora-hbase" rev="0.3" conf="*->default" />

You should then be able to use it. Try going to $NUTCH_HOME/runtime/local/bin and do :

  nutch inject /someseedDir
  nutch readdb

N.B. The crawl command in the bin/nutch script is deprecated. You should use individual commands or alternatively use the bin/crawl script... which effectively chains together individual commands.

You should find more details in the logs on $NUTCH_HOME/runtime/local/logs/hadoop.log.

N.B. It's possible to encounter the following exception: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/apache/hadoop/hbase/HBaseConfiguration; this is caused by the fact that sometimes the hbase TEST jar is deployed in the lib dir. To resolve this just copy the lib over from your installed HBase dir into the build lib dir. (This issue is currently in progress).

N.B. The process of using the other datastore implementations offered within Gora e.g. Apache Cassandra, Accumulo, can be achieved simply by tweaking the above settings prior to compiling the Nutch code.

N.B. As of Apache Gora release 0.3, the gora-sql 0.1.1-incubating artifact is deprecated. The choice is to downgrade to Nutch 2.1 if you wish to use MySQL or HSQLDB as a Gora backend.

For more details of the command line interface options, please see here, or of course run ./bin/nutch which will print usage to std out. Finally, for a more detailed Nutch (1.X) tutorial, please see here

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Nutch2Tutorial (last edited 2013-07-24 21:14:57 by LewisJohnMcgibbney)