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The other day I posted an article on the blog around using Flume to transport Apache web log entries from our website into Hadoop, with the final destination for the entries being an HDFS file – with the HDFS file essentially mirroring the contents...
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The Raspberry Pi is pretty easy to overclock due to an inbuilt config file. This morning I decided to see how far I could push my little Pi.