The error shell failed to locate the winutils binary in the Hadoop binary path can occur when trying to use Hadoop on a Windows system. This is because Hadoop is not designed to run on Windows and the winutils binary is not included in the Hadoop distribution.
To fix this error, you need to download the winutils binary from a Hadoop distribution that is compatible with Windows. Then, you need to set the HADOOP_HOME environment variable to point to the location of the winutils binary.
Once you have done this, restart your Hadoop services and try running your command again.
What is the error?
The error message is usually caused when the Hadoop binary path is not set correctly. The Hadoop binary path is the location on the local filesystem where the Hadoop binaries (executables and libraries) are stored.
In order to fix this error, you will need to set the Hadoop binary path in the environment variable “HADOOP_HOME”. This can be done by adding the following line to your “.bashrc” file:
Once you have added this line to your “.bashrc” file, you will need to log out and log back in for the changes to take effect. After logging back in, try running your command again and it should now work correctly.
How to fix the error?
The error “Error: Hadoop binary path does not contain winutils.exe” is seen when running Hadoop commands from Windows 10 PowerShell. This error is caused because the Hadoop binary path does not contain the winutils.exe file which is required for running Hadoop commands.
There are two ways to fix this error:
1) Download the winutils.exe file from the internet and place it in the Hadoop binary path.
2) Set the environment variable HADOOP_HOME to point to the location of the winutils.exe file.
The error “shell failed to locate the winutils binary in the hadoop binary path” usually occurs when Hadoop is installed on a Windows system. The problem can be solved by setting the HADOOP_HOME environment variable to the location of the Hadoop binary.