You use the hadoop fs –put command to write a 300 MB file using an HDFS block size of 64 MB.
Just after this command has finished writing 200 MB of this file, what would another user see
when trying to access this file?
They would see no content until the whole file is written and closed.
They would see the content of the file through the last completed block.
They would see the current state of the file, up to the last bit written by the command.
They would see Hadoop throw an concurrentFileAccessException when they try to access this
Usage: hadoop fs -put <localsrc> … <dst>
Copy single src, or multiple srcs from local file system to the destination filesystem. Also reads
input from stdin and writes to destination filesystem.