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How can I get space on new Cosmos Global Instance HDFS.

asked 2016-03-14 12:26:07 +0200

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My name is Octavio Glorio, I am Data Architect in Flow Computing, a knowledge-intensive startup. Currently we are working on some data analysis report for fishery industry. We start working on old cluster but we are having storage problems. We have 1.5G of plain documents and then we produce a Hive table with them. We try to start working in the new Cosmos Global Instance, however, seems that we need to contact Cosmos Big Data Team to get a space available on HDFS (computing or storage cluster). Is that correct? It is our outstanding of the info that we had read. Thanks in advance. Regards, Octavio.

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answered 2016-03-29 09:49:34 +0200

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updated 2016-03-29 09:50:01 +0200

Hi, you are right. Since the new cluster is in a beta status, you must contact me in order to create an account. Please, issue an email to francisco.romerobueno@telefonica.com

The only thing I need is the result of this command:

$ curl -X GET "https://account.lab.fiware.org/user?access_token=<YOUR_TOKEN>"

For instance, if using my token I get:

{"organizations": [], "displayName": "frb", "roles": [{"name": "provider", "id": "106"}], "app_id": “9556cc76154361b3b43d7b31f0600982", "email": "frb@tid.es", "id": "frb”}

The interesting part is the "id" field.

Never show me your token!

If you don’t have a token, you can get one by querying the old cluster this way:

$ curl -k -X POST "https://cosmos.lab.fiware.org:13000/cosmos-auth/v1/token" -H "Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded" -d "grant_type=password&username=<YOUR_USER>&password=<YOUR_PASSWORD>”

Where user and password are the email and password you used when you registered in FIWARE Lab. You should get something like:

{"access_token": "qj33UcnW6leYAqr3X004DWLqaja0Ix", "token_type": "Bearer", "expires_in": 3600, "refresh_token": "V2Wlk7aFCnElKlW9BOmRzGhBtqgR2z"}

Never show me the token nor the passwords!

Once you pass me your ID I can create an account in the new storage cluster, where you can start uploading data through WebHDFS.

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