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From Shawn Heisey <>
Subject Re: Solr-kerbarose URL not accessible
Date Fri, 12 Feb 2016 14:36:42 GMT
On 2/12/2016 4:28 AM, vidya wrote:
>   When I am trying to access my solrCloud web UI page, deployed in cloudera
> cluster, I have encountered with the error "DEFECTED TOKENS DETECTED" . Find
> the attachment of the error that is added here. It is because of kerbarose
> installed on cluster.
> Is there any other way that I can access solr in this scenario with
> kerbarose installed ?
> Writing a java program helps in any way? While writing a java program also,
> i have to give connection to solr URL with port or zookeeper host variable.
> Will that java program work out?

Thismailing list will filter out most attachments.  It looks like you're
accessing the list through the Nabble forum, but I still don't see any
files even when I visit the Nabble website.  Without your attachment(s),
I can't see the problem, so I cannot offer any advice.

The best option is to place the relevant data on a website like gist or
dropbox and provide a link to that information.

The error message you have described does not appear in the Solr source
code, so it must be coming from whatever Kerberos software is being used
for the authentication, or maybe from the customizations that Cloudera
has made to Solr in their search product.

I keep coming back to the fact that I can't actually see the full error
message and Java stacktrace, because your attachments are not available.


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