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How to get data from Hive to R

In order to connect R with Hive you have to work with the RJDBC and rJava libraries. Below, we provide a code snippet where we get data from mytbl table which is under the mydb database.


## check library paths, amd64/server (jvm) should be first

## add memory to the VM and options
options(java.parameters = "-Xmx8000m")

#start VM

# add classpath
for(l in list.files('/opt/hivejdbc/')){ .jaddClassPath(paste("/opt/hivejdbc/",l,sep=""))}
# check classpath

#load driver
drv <- JDBC("com.cloudera.hive.jdbc4.HS2Driver","/opt/hivejdbc/HiveJDBC4.jar", identifier.quote="`")

conn <- dbConnect(drv, "jdbc:hive2://URL", "username", "password")

# if you want to get the list of databases 
show_databases <- dbGetQuery(conn, "show databases")

# get data from mytbl which is under mydb database 
my_table <- dbGetQuery(conn, "select * from mydb.mytbl")

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