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From Ted Yu <yuzhih...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Brief Explanation of HBase Connection/Security ansd help with java connection to remote Hbase
Date Thu, 04 Jun 2015 16:17:03 GMT
I assume you have read


Do you run external zookeeper quorum ? See:

Which hbase release are you using ?


On Thu, Jun 4, 2015 at 6:09 AM, okoza <okozaczenko@goodgamestudios.com>

> Hey Guys, I'm new to HBase and trying to connect to it via Java Code. Now
> for
> a lot of hours I've been reading and trying stuff, but I can't seem to wrap
> my head around it.
> So maybe somebody could give me a short explanation of
> -How I can connect to HBase
> -How I can authenticate to HBase (Keywords SASL and Kerberos, are there
> other methods?)
> (both in a Java context).
> I can access HBase via console with an ssh and user/pw combination, how do
> i
> model that in Java?
> My code at the moment is:
> Configuration conf = new Configuration();
>             System.out.println("yoooo parentnode: " +
> conf.get("zookeeper.znode.parent"));
>         conf.set("hbase.zookeeper.quorum", ZOOKEEPER_QUORUM);
>         conf.set("hbase.zookeeper.property.clientPort",
>         Configuration hc = HBaseConfiguration.create(conf);
>         HTableDescriptor ht = new HTableDescriptor("User");
>         ht.addFamily(new HColumnDescriptor("Id"));
>         ht.addFamily(new HColumnDescriptor("Name"));
>         System.out.println("connecting");
>         HBaseAdmin hba = new HBaseAdmin(hc);
>         System.out.println("Creating Table");
> //        hba.createTable(ht);
>         System.out.println("Done......");
> Which leads me to this exception: 14:32:24,033 WARN
> [org.apache.zookeeper.client.ZooKeeperSaslClient] (default
> task-27-SendThread( Could not login: the client is being
> asked for a password, but the Zookeeper client code does not currently
> support obtaining a password from the user. Make sure that the client is
> configured to use a ticket cache (using the JAAS configuration setting
> 'useTicketCache=true)' and restart the client. If you still get this
> message
> after that, the TGT in the ticket cache has expired and must be manually
> refreshed. To do so, first determine if you are using a password or a
> keytab. If the former, run kinit in a Unix shell in the environment of the
> user who is running this Zookeeper client using the command 'kinit <princ>'
> (where <princ> is the name of the client's Kerberos principal). If the
> latter, do 'kinit -k -t <keytab> <princ>' (where <princ> is the name
of the
> Kerberos principal, and <keytab> is the location of the keytab file). After
> manually refreshing your cache, restart this client. If you continue to see
> this message after manually refreshing your cache, ensure that your KDC
> host's clock is in sync with this host's clock.
> Am I on the right path or completely off? I know there are lots of posts
> about that on here and StackOverflow etc. but I can't seem to figure it
> out.
> Thanksss for any help!!!
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