This section will provide a list of supported platforms, which were offically certified to be used with Jethro Manager.
While Jethro Manager may also perform well with other platforms, or with other versions of these platforms, the full funtionality of it has not yet been verified by our labs, and therefore cannot be guaranteed.
Jethro Manager can be installed on the following Linux distributions:
- Centos 7.2, 6.6
- Redhat 7.1, 7.2, 7.3
- Amazon Linux (AMI 2016.09)
Java version required: open JDK 1.7 or 1.8
To open Jethro Manager, use Google Chrome (latest version recommended), or Microsoft Edge.
To optimize your view of Jethro Manager's screens, it is recommended to use one of the following screen resolutions:
Creation and Attachment of Instances
Jethro Manager allows creating/attaching Jethro instances on the following different types of storage:
- Hadoop (Cloudera 5.9 / 5.10, HortonWorks 2.3.1 / 2.4.2)
- NFS (MapR)
- Local storage (stored as Posix)
Loading can be made by either of the following methods:
- Providing a CSV file - CSV files can be loaded from any of the following sources:
- Local File System
- Setting a stream of query results directly into Jethro (STDIN)
- Using an External Table
STDIN can be made by using queries that are sent to Hive/Impala clients (verified with Hive 1.1.0, Impala Shell v2.7.0).