fs.s3.consistent.fastListtrueWhen set to true, this propertyuses multiple threads to lista directory (when necessary).Consistency must be enabled inorder to use this property.fs.s3.consistent.fastList.prefetchMetadatafalseWhen set to true, this propertyenables metadata prefetching fordirectories containing more than20,000 items.fs.s3.consistent.notification.CloudWatchfalseWhen set to true, CloudWatchmetrics are enabled for FileSystemAPI calls that fail due to AmazonS3 eventual consistency issues.fs.s3.consistent.notification.SQSfalseWhen set to true, eventualconsistency notifications arepushed to an Amazon SQS queue.fs.s3.consistent.notification.SQS.queueNameEMRFS-Inconsistency-<jobFlowId>Changing this property allows youto specify your own SQS queuename for messages regardingAmazon S3 eventual consistencyissues.fs.s3.consistent.notification.SQS.customMsgnoneThis property allows you to specifycustom information included inSQS messages regarding AmazonS3 eventual consistency issues.If a value is not specified for thisproperty, the corresponding fieldin the message is empty.71
Amazon EMR Management GuideConsistent ViewPropertyDefault valueDescriptionfs.s3.consistent.dynamodb.endpointnoneThis property allows you to specifya custom DynamoDB endpoint foryour consistent view metadata.EMRFS CLI ReferenceThe EMRFS CLI is installed by default on all cluster master nodes created using Amazon EMR releaseversion 3.2.1 or later. You can use the EMRFS CLI to manage the metadata for consistent view.NoteThe emrfscommand is only supported with VT100 terminal emulation. However, it may workwith other terminal emulator modes.emrfs top-level commandThe emrfstop-level command supports the following structure.emrfs [describe-metadata | set-metadata-capacity | delete-metadata | create-metadata | \list-metadata-stores | diff | delete | sync | import ] [options][arguments]Specify [options], with or without [arguments] as described in the following table. For [options] specificto sub-commands (describe-metadata, set-metadata-capacity, etc.), see each sub-commandbelow.[options] for emrfsOptionDescriptionRequired-a AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID| --access-keyAWS_ACCESS_KEY_IDThe AWS access key you use to write objects toAmazon S3 and to create or access a metadata store inDynamoDB. By default, AWS_ACCESS_KEY_IDis set tothe access key used to create the cluster.No-s AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY| --secret-keyAWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEYThe AWS secret key associated with the access keyyou use to write objects to Amazon S3 and to createor access a metadata store in DynamoDB. By default,AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEYis set to the secret keyassociated with the access key used to create thecluster.No-v | --verboseMakes output verbose.No-h | --helpDisplays the help message for the emrfscommandwith a usage statement.
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