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Flume Service Ports

The following table lists the default ports used by the various Flume services. (Note: Neither of these services are used in a standard HDP installation.)

Table 1.2. Flume Service Ports
Service Servers Default Ports Used Protocol Description Need End User Access? Configuration Parameters
Flume Flume Agent 41414 TCP Flume performance metrics in JSON format Yes (client API needs) master.port.client in accumulo-site.xml
Flume HDFS Sink 8020 TCP Communication from Flume into the Hadoop cluster's NameNode Yes (client API needs) tserver.port.client in accumulo-site.xml
Flume HDFS Sink 9000 TCP Communication from Flume into the Hadoop cluster's NameNode No gc.port.client in accumulo-site.xml
Flume HDFS Sink 50010 TCP Communication from Flume into the Hadoop cluster's HDFS DataNode No
Flume HDFS Sink 50020 TCP Communication from Flume into the Hadoop cluster's HDFS DataNode No
Flume HDFS Sink 2181 TCP Communication from Flume into the Hadoop cluster's ZooKeeper No
Flume HDFS Sink 16020 TCP Communication from Flume into the Hadoop cluster's HBase Regionserver No
Flume All Other Sources and Sinks Variable Variable Ports and protocols used by Flume sources and sinks No Refer to the flume configuration file(s) for ports actually in use. Ports in use are specificed using the port keyword in the Flume configuration file. By default Flume configuration files are located in /etc/flume/conf on Linux and c:\hdp\flume-1.4.0.x.y.z\conf on Windows