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From Stephen Boesch <java...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Simple but Reliable configuration for pseudo distributed mode on ubuntu
Date Wed, 22 May 2013 19:46:07 GMT
OK found the issue, it was the old ubuntu localhost anomaly of
vs   Changing /etc/hosts to use the latter fixed the issue

Here is the quick start reference to it

Loopback IP

HBase expects the loopback IP address to be Ubuntu and some
other distributions, for example, will default to and this will
cause problems for you.

/etc/hosts should look something like this:

   ubuntu.ubuntu-domain ub

2013/5/22 Stephen Boesch <javadba@gmail.com>

> I have not been able to bring up a simple standalone hbase pseuo
> distributed mode cluster on a single ubuntu 12.x machine.  A couple of
> co-workers that have been using hbase for years also looked at it and we
> have not been able to resolve.
> Before I jump in to the details, i'll just say : "hey is there a pointer
> to a well known configuration that just works?"  I don't have any special
> requirements beyond the following:
>        ubuntu 12.x
>        single machine pseudo distributed
>        preference for hbase 0.92.2 but not a showstopper for newer versions
>        apache (not cdh, etc) hadoop 1.X (version not important to me
> beyond that)
> Some more details on the setup:
>    using hadoop 1.0.3 .  HDFS and map/reduce been working fine for months
>    hbase 0.92.2
>    zookeeper: have tried both hbase manages zk=true as well as false (and
> with zk 3.3.6)
>    hdfs: using localhost:8020
>    Launching hbase with start-hbase.sh
>          master comes up
>          regiion server comes up
>          region server shows as "region in transition" and never
> completes/never starts serving regions
>          Appears that master does not register properly with ZK - though
> there *is * a new  /hbase/master node in zookeeper , it oes not have any
> entries.

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