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Hi
I am getting an error of Class not found while accessing hdfs system through cloudera. The error image worth thousand words is attached as well.
Another thing is why am I getting Cloudera@ localhost ? Why not Cloudera@cloudera ?
Thanks


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Hi Meena,
The format of the command your are using is not correct.
Use - hdfs dfs -ls or use - hdfs man (for more detail)
You can change localhost to cloudera or any other you want.
If you have installed Cloudera Manager and created a cluster then you may need to update the names or IP addresses of the hosts running the Cloudera Manager Server or cluster services. Please follow the below link for more info:
http://www.cloudera.com/content/www/en-us/documentation/archive/manager/4-x/4-8-6/Cloudera-Manager-Administration-Guide/cmag_change_hostnames.html

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