input stream that supports file seeks) to the client for it to
read data from.
turn wraps a
manages the datanode and namenode I/O.
The client then calls
the stream (step 3).
which has stored the datanode addresses for the first few blocks in the
file, then connects to the first (closest) datanode for the...
Question? If the Client other than data node accesses the file, will it not get the file that may be the replica of the one that was ingested, if a 1GB file was stored by splitting across 128MB blocks and when client accesses it will get the block address based on the proximity to datanode, in which is it not guaranteed to the order in which it might have been ingested
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