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Connecting to CDH5 in an EC2 instance
I have recently launched an EC2 instance with a CDH 5.11 within it. All services seem to be up and running. I have passed several tests to validate the installation.
I have also installed RapidMiner Studio on my desktop as well as the Radoop extension. Currently, I am trying to connect to my hadoop cluster. The EC2 instance is not configured to use Elastic IPs, I am ussing tunnels through ssh session.
I am currently trying to pass the full test to validate the connection. Initially, configuration was imported from Cloudera Manager. Then I modified several properties to adjust to my environment. Hive, Java version, Map Reduce, NNode networking test connections have been passed successfully but I am stucked with the upload of a jar file to HDFS. I guess the problem is given by a previous warning when doing DataNode networking test:
WARNING: Reverse DNS lookup failed! Expected hostname for ip <public-ip>: <fqdn>, but received <public DNS>.
WARNING: DataNode port 50010 on the ip/hostname <fqdn> cannot be reached. Please check that you can access the DataNodes of your cluster.
I guess that tunnel on port 50010 is working fine but there is something I am missing. Output of netstat command shows this port is listening to all IPs (0.0.0.0).
Things I have tried:
- Edit my local hosts file to resolve public ip to internal server hostname. Then Radoop complains because server is unreachable.
- Format namenode previously deleting all data in hdfs data directory
- Edit dfs.client.use.datanode.hostname and dfs.datanode.use.datanode.hostname on the client configuration to true.
- Try to upload a file using another client such as toad. Same error.
- Edit dfs.datanode.address in server to be like hostname:port is not allowed by Cloudera Manager. Only can be set as the port number.
- Edit dfs.datanode.address in the client conf does not change Radoop behaviour.
The error when trying to upload the jar file is the following:
[----] SEVERE: File /tmp/radoop/_shared/db_default/radoop_hive-v4_UPLOADING_1498636293395_dy8gaul.jar could only be replicated to 0 nodes instead of minReplication (=1). There are 1 datanode(s) running and 1 node(s) are excluded in this operation.
Somehow the client knows the number of datanodes in hdfs service. Could I say ssh tunnel on port 50010 is working fine? Can someone point me to the right direction?