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From Brandon Williams <dri...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: MapReduce with two ethernet cards
Date Mon, 10 Oct 2011 17:28:47 GMT
On Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 11:47 AM, Scott Fines <Scott.Fines@nisc.coop> wrote:
> Hi all,
> This may be a silly question, but I'm at a bit of a loss, and was hoping for
> some help.
> I have a Cassandra cluster set up with two NICs--one for internel
> communication between cassandra machines (10.1.1.*), and one to respond to
> Thrift RPC (172.28.*.*).
> I also have a Hadoop cluster set up, which, for unrelated reasons, has to
> remain separate from Cassandra, so I've written a little MapReduce job to
> copy data from Cassandra to Hadoop. However, when I try to run my job, I
> get
> java.io.IOException: failed connecting to all endpoints
> 10.1.1.24,10.1.1.17,10.1.1.16
> which is puzzling to me. It seems like the MR is attempting to connect to
> the internal communication IPs instead of the external Thrift IPs. Since I
> set up a firewall to block external access to the internal IPs of Cassandra,
> this is obviously going to fail.
> So my question is: why does Cassandra MR seem to be grabbing the
> listen_address instead of the Thrift one. Presuming it's not a funky
> configuration error or something on my part, is that strictly necessary? All
> told, I'd prefer if it was connecting to the Thrift IPs, but if it can't,
> should I open up port 7000 or port 9160 between Hadoop and Cassandra?
> Thanks for your help,
> Scott

Your cassandra is old, upgrade to the latest version.

-Brandon

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