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From Keith Turner <>
Subject Re: Accumulo init.d script
Date Thu, 09 Aug 2018 13:49:16 GMT
I would try adding set -x to the Accumuo script you are running and
see what that outputs.  Could add that as the second line of a script
as follows.

 #! /usr/bin/env bash
set -x

Hopefully that will shed some light on the problem.

On Thu, Aug 9, 2018 at 7:20 AM, Maria Krommyda <> wrote:
> Hello Josh,
> Thank you for your time and suggestions.
> I am setting the ACCUMULO_HOME variable and I see the logs in the proper
> directory being updated on every reboot so this should not be the problem.
> I do not get any error/warning is the syslog. Only the confirmation that the
> service was started. If there is any other log that I can check please let
> me know.
> What is leading me to believe that it is a path/permission/variable issue,
> is that the exact same script runs without any problem from the home
> directory after the login.
> Best regards,
> Maria.
> Στις 6:06 μ.μ. Τετάρτη, 8 Αυγούστου 2018, ο/η Josh Elser <>
> έγραψε:
> Every Accumulo service creates log files in the directory you specified
> via the ACCUMULO_LOG_DIR environment variable in
> If you didn't define this, it likely defaults to ACCUMULO_HOME/logs.
> Have you looked at your syslog or similar to understand what your init.d
> script's output was? If Hadoop comes up correctly and you know your
> steps work otherwise, it sounds like it might be a typo in your script.
> On 8/8/18 3:32 AM, Maria Krommyda wrote:
>> Hello everyone,
>> I have set up a VM, Ubuntu 16.04, where I run Zookeeper (3.4.6), Hadoop
>> (2.2.0) and Accumulo (1.7.3)
>> I am trying to set up a script at init.d that would start all three
>> services in case of an unexpected reboot of the machine.
>> I already have a start_me script that I use to start the services which
>> works great, but making it an init.d script has been proven a challenge.
>> I have set all the environmental variables in /etc/default/my_script,
>> which I include at the beginning of my script
>> I run all the commands as su accumulo_user -c 'command', trying to avoid
>> permission errors.
>> When I reboot the machine, I see the three services running (using the
>> top command), I can access the Hadoop admin page but Accumulo gives as
>> Error:
>> "Connection refused at localhost:9000" and the monitor system doesn't
>> start.
>> Any ideas of what might be the problem, where I should look for any
>> other log that might help will be highly appreciated.
>> And if you have any thoughts about a relevant path that I might not have
>> changed as fixed, please do share.
>> Thank you in advance for your time.
>> Best regards,
>> Maria.

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