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From Nicolas Liochon <nkey...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: HBase on Windows 7: Master not running error
Date Mon, 04 Feb 2013 11:54:58 GMT
Well, first you need to decide on what you want to do (i.e; distributed or
not) and acts accordingly.
I would recommend trying with not distributed when you start. This means
you have a single process to launch.

not distributed is the default, so if it can't find the configuration files
it will be not distributed.
When you launch HBase as "not distributed", ZooKeeper and the regions
servers are launched as threads, not processes (I don't have a windows box
to try, but I doubt it's different).

For hbase-default & hbase-site, they are both read when HBase starts,
hbase-site values erase the one from hbase-default if they both exists.
It may be safer to use only hbase-site, and overwrite the values mentionned
in the cygwin page.

I don't understand why you have a separate zookeeper process. Script code
is quite simple for this:

if [ "$distMode" == 'false' ]
  "$bin"/hbase-daemon.sh $commandToRun master
  "$bin"/hbase-daemons.sh --config "${HBASE_CONF_DIR}" $commandToRun
  "$bin"/hbase-daemon.sh --config "${HBASE_CONF_DIR}" $commandToRun master
  "$bin"/hbase-daemons.sh --config "${HBASE_CONF_DIR}" \
    --hosts "${HBASE_REGIONSERVERS}" $commandToRun regionserver
  "$bin"/hbase-daemons.sh --config "${HBASE_CONF_DIR}" \
    --hosts "${HBASE_BACKUP_MASTERS}" $commandToRun master-backup

So I would recommend to look at this first.

On Mon, Feb 4, 2013 at 12:20 PM, Tacit <arthur_bakker@hotmail.com> wrote:

> I've been trying the things suggested under quickstart, but to no avail so
> far. One question before getting into more detail: the quickstart section
> doesn't mention a hbase-default.xml file in the /conf directory in HBase,
> only the hbase-site.xml file. The installation instructions I followed
> earlier, however, do involve the hbase-default.xml file.
> When trying to get HBase running as a standalone as detailed in the
> quickstart section, should the hbase-default.xml file be there (and
> configured according to http://hbase.apache.org/cygwin.html) in the /conf
> directory of HBase? Or should only the hbase-site.xml file be there,
> adjusted according to the quickstart section?
> Maybe it's a stupid question, but I'd like to get that cleared up so I have
> a better idea of what to do. I've tried running HBase both with and without
> the hbase-default.xml configuration file present in /conf after following
> the instructions under the quickstart section. Those 2 cases generate
> different errors and I'm not sure which case to look at.
> In either case, using process explorer to look at the processes yields the
> same result. Starting HBase with start-hbase.sh temporarily generates a
> bunch of processes, of which 2 bash.exe processes (each with a child
> java.exe process) remain. From the process information, one bash process is
> a zookeeper instance and the other a master instance. After about a minute
> or two, the bash.exe process associated with the master seems to
> remove/kill
> itself. Trying to run commands in the hbase shell then yields the same
> MasterNotRunningException.
> --
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