is Hdp bundle still maintained/supported?
kevin.monroe at canonical.com
Wed Jun 21 13:02:08 UTC 2017
Network resolvability of Hadoop cluster nodes is a painful requirement at
times. We test to catch issues like this on clouds/containers, but it
sounds like we've missed an openstack case. If you don't mind, please
describe the failing environment and your /etc/hosts fix in an issue here:
I'm concerned to hear that the smoke tests are failing for you as well.
Our tests for hadoop-processing run the smoke-test actions for all
components and a teragen/terasort across all the clouds. The latest
results from just a few hours ago lgtm:
Please open an issue for any failing test and we'll find out what's going
on. Thanks for the reports!
On Tue, Jun 20, 2017 at 7:01 AM, Patrizio Bassi <patrizio.bassi at gmail.com>
> Dear Samuel
> i deployed the hadoop-processing bundle successfully.
> I had some troubles because openstack instances didn't get the dns entry
> so hadoop-hdfs-namenode/datanode could not resolve their own addresses
> first, then the peers'.
> I did a fast hack just manually adding the entries in /etc/hosts while
> waiting for Designate service to be deployed and active.
> It would be great if you could add in the documentation the dns need.
> This said, i run the smoke tests and they all failed. HDFS storage is
> reported working instead.
> I'm totally newbie in hadoop clusters so i didn't start investigation, but
> i wanted to report in case you may check on your local working copy and
> verify it's fine upstream.
> Thank you
> 2017-06-16 12:08 GMT+02:00 Patrizio Bassi <patrizio.bassi at gmail.com>:
>> Hi Samuel,
>> thank you for fast and honest reply. I will start to take a look at
>> hadoop-processing bundle.
>> 2017-06-16 9:54 GMT+02:00 Samuel Cozannet <samuel.cozannet at canonical.com>
>>> Hi Patrizio,
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>>> On Fri, Jun 16, 2017 at 9:36 AM, Patrizio Bassi <
>>> patrizio.bassi at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> looking at a hadoop distro in the jujucharms is found
>>>> https://jujucharms.com/hdp-hadoop/trusty/1 charm,
>>>> following the announcement in https://insights.ubuntu.com
>>>> I would like to know if it's still maintained, i don't see commits
>>>> since 2015, version is stuck to trusty for ubuntu and hdp at 2.1.3 while
>>>> upstream is on 2.2 series.
>>>> the Contact Information show a no more valid email address too.
>>>> Is Canonical looking at Apache bundle only?
>>>> Thank you
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>> Patrizio Bassi
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