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From Peter Wolf <opus...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: EC2 remote client woes
Date Thu, 12 Jan 2012 17:00:17 GMT
Hmm... Perhaps that is my problem.  How do I find out?


On 1/12/12 11:43 AM, Mark Kerzner wrote:
> Then where is the zookeeper sending your client to connect?
>
> On Thu, Jan 12, 2012 at 10:42 AM, Peter Wolf<opus111@gmail.com>  wrote:
>
>> BTW, I think Zookeeper is responding.  When I try this on the remote
>> machine it works...
>>
>> echo stat|nc ip-XX-YYY-Z-QQQ.ec2.internal 2181
>> Zookeeper version: 3.3.3-cdh3u2--1, built on 10/14/2011 04:59 GMT
>> Clients:
>>   /XX-YYY-Z-QQQ:59698[1](queued=**0,recved=200,sent=202)
>>   /XX-YYY-Z-QQQ:48563[0](queued=**0,recved=1,sent=0)
>>   /XX-YYY-Z-QQQ:59683[1](queued=**0,recved=245,sent=261)
>>   /XX-YYY-Z-QQQ:59686[1](queued=**0,recved=203,sent=207)
>>   /XX-YYY-Z-QQQ:59691[1](queued=**0,recved=201,sent=203)
>>   /XX-YYY-Z-QQQ:59688[1](queued=**0,recved=229,sent=239)
>>
>> Latency min/avg/max: 0/0/97
>> Received: 1135
>> Sent: 1168
>> Outstanding: 0
>> Zxid: 0x7f
>> Mode: standalone
>> Node count: 12
>>
>>
>>
>> On 1/12/12 11:20 AM, Peter Wolf wrote:
>>
>>> Still no love...  Any suggestions?
>>>
>>> I'm on EC2, and I am trying to set up a Pseudo-Distributed HBaser Server
>>> on one machine, and access it from another.  Both machines are EC2.
>>>
>>> I have already found the doc below, and I followed the instructions
>>>
>>>     http://hbase.apache.org/book.**html#client_dependencies<http://hbase.apache.org/book.html#client_dependencies>
>>>
>>>
>>> My server is up and running, and I can access it from an 'hbase shell' on
>>> the machine.  The hbase-site.xml is ...
>>>
>>>     <configuration>
>>>     <property>
>>>     <name>hbase.zookeeper.quorum</**name>
>>>     <value>ip-XX-YYY-Z-QQQ.ec2.**internal</value>
>>>     </property>
>>>     <property>
>>>     <name>hbase.cluster.**distributed</name>
>>>     <value>true</value>
>>>     </property>
>>>     <property>
>>>     <name>hbase.rootdir</name>
>>>     <value>hdfs://localhost/hbase<**/value>
>>>     </property>
>>>     </configuration>
>>>
>>> The client machine hbase-site.xml is...
>>>
>>>     <configuration>
>>>     <property>
>>>     <name>hbase.zookeeper.quorum</**name>
>>>     <value>ip-XX-YYY-Z-QQQ.ec2.**internal.ec2.internal</value>
>>>     <description>Pseudo Distributed Server</description>
>>>     </property>
>>>     </configuration>
>>>
>>> And when I try 'hbase shell' remotely, I get this...
>>>
>>>     hbase(main):001:0>  status 'detailed'
>>>
>>>     ERROR: org.apache.hadoop.hbase.**ZooKeeperConnectionException: HBase
>>>     is able to connect to ZooKeeper but the connection closes
>>>     immediately. This could be a sign that the server has too many
>>>     connections (30 is the default). Consider inspecting your ZK
>>>     server logs for that error and then make sure you are reusing
>>>     HBaseConfiguration as often as you can. See HTable's javadoc for
>>>     more information.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>


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