Configuring storage locations

To execute the workloads in , you must modify the references to storage locations. In CDP, references must be changed from HDFS to a cloud object store such as S3.

The following sample query shows a Spark 2.4 HDFS data location.

scala> spark.sql("CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS default.sales_spark_2(Region string, Country string,Item_Type string,Sales_Channel string,Order_Priority string,Order_Date date,Order_ID int,Ship_Date date,Units_sold string,Unit_Price string,Unit_cost string,Total_revenue string,Total_Cost string,Total_Profit string) row format delimited fields terminated by ','")
scala> spark.sql("load data local inpath '/tmp/sales.csv' into table default.sales_spark_2")
scala> spark.sql("select count(*) from default.sales_spark_2").show()

The following sample query shows a Spark 2.4 S3 data location.

scala> spark.sql("CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS default.sales_spark_2(Region string, Country string,Item_Type string,Sales_Channel string,Order_Priority string,Order_Date date,Order_ID int,Ship_Date date,Units_sold string,Unit_Price string,Unit_cost string,Total_revenue string,Total_Cost string,Total_Profit string) row format delimited fields terminated by ','")
scala> spark.sql("load data inpath 's3://<bucket>/sales.csv' into table default.sales_spark_2")
scala> spark.sql("select count(*) from default.sales_spark_2").show()