Continued from the previous posts, this post will look into more details of partitioned tables. Note that Hive does not support row-level inserts, updates, and deletes. However, Hive adds extensions such as table partitioning for better performance in the context of Hadoop.
Continued from the previous post, this post covers data definition parts of HiveQL language, for creating, altering, and dropping tables.
This post covers data definition parts of HiveQL language, for creating, altering, and dropping databases.
This post covers different data types and file formats supported by Hive.
Following up on Hive CLI, this post covers some lower-level details of Hive such as Hadoop runtime modes and metastore.
This post covers how to get started with Hive and some basics of Hive, including its command-line interface (CLI).
This post is the first of many Hive review posts. Most of these posts are based on the Programming Hive book, with some observations from my own experience with Cloudera Quickstart VM.