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HAWQ-1176 - include init and start steps in pxf install section #65
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dyozie committed Nov 29, 2016
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Each PXF service plug-in resides in its own RPM. You may have built these RPMs in the Apache HAWQ open source project repository (see [PXF Build Instructions](https://github.com/apache/incubator-hawq/blob/master/pxf/README.md)), or these RPMs may have been included in a commercial product download package.

PXF software must be installed on *each* node in your cluster.
Perform the following steps on **_each_** node in your cluster to install PXF:

1. Install the PXF software, including Apache, the PXF service, and all PXF plug-ins: HDFS, HBase, Hive, JSON:

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* copies the PXF service JAR file `pxf-service-n.n.n.jar` to `/usr/lib/pxf-n.n.n/`
* copies JAR files for each of the PXF plugs-ins to `/usr/lib/pxf-n.n.n/`
* creates softlinks from `pxf-xxx.jar` in `/usr/lib/pxf-n.n.n/`
* starts the PXF service

2. Initialize the PXF service:

```shell
$ sudo service pxf-service init
```

2. Start the PXF service:

```shell
$ sudo service pxf-service start
```

Additional `pxf-service` command options include `stop`, `restart`, and `status`.

2. If you choose to use the HBase plug-in, perform the following configuration:

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