we are trying to use talend batch (spark) jobs to access hive in a Kerberos cluster but we are getting the below "Can't get Master Kerberos principal for use as renewer" error.
By using the standard jobs(non spark) in talend we are able to access hive without any issue.
Sample Batch Job:
Below are the observation:
I am not sure exactly what is the issue which is causing the token problem. could some one help us know the root cause.
One more thing to add instead of hive if I read / write to hdfs using spark batch jobs it works , So only problem is with hive and Kerberos.
The error says that you try to access a kerberized resource with a unsecured client configuration.
In the batch job, did you select the kerberos configuration in the tHDFSConfiguration?
Also, where does the configuration comes from ? Repository ? Built-In ?
We are encountering the same issue. To answer your questions (in our case), Yes, we have selected kerberos configuration in the tHDFSConfiguration and configuration is built-in.
Yes we already selected Kerberos in HDFS configuration and reading / writing inside HDFS with batch jobs works. Only problem when it tries to select the data from Hive by using tHiveInput component especially in batch jobs not in standard job.
Please clarify does talend uses /etc/spark/conf/ anyway for batch Jobs ??
There is a jira issue about the spark job can not be run successfully when import a hive schema using HDP25 with kerberos authentication.
Let us know if this is the case you are meeting.
We are using talend 6.4.1 and HDP 2.6.2. I think my problem is different. My talend job uses the same components as described in this post, in a HA + kerberized cluster context. The spark job works fine until we add a hiveinput/output component. We get a recurrent error that loops till a timeout of the hive sub-job created by yarn :
[WARN ]: org.apache.hadoop.ipc.Client - Exception encountered while connecting to the server : org.apache.hadoop.security.AccessControlException: Client cannot authenticate via:[TOKEN, KERBEROS]
Tried to add -Djava.security.krb5.conf as described here http://coheigea.blogspot.fr/2017/09/configuring-kerberos-for-hive-in-talend.html but this didn't help.
Hopped that someone here might have suggestions about other talend or spark properties to make this work?
Will share something here if the talend support get me a solution. Mean while, any other suggestions are more than welcome.
We have created the workaround to have all the Hadoop configs into a fat jar and loaded into talend using tLibrary. Configurations are not taken from talend HDFS configuration / Talend Hive Configuration.
We / talend Support could not find any solution yet.
thank you @rspwilliam. could you please give an example of the content of the jar file. it contains hadoop xml files, or a properties file (key=value)? how do you reference those properties in your job? do you use "spark.yarn.am.extraJavaOptions" or "spark.driver.extraJavaOptions".
appreciate your help.
it contains all the site xml's which is required to connect to cluster. Not a key value property. you need to build a proper maven jar and add all the hadoop files.
In your talend job add the jar using tLibrary which will add all the config files when its build and deployed. We haven't passed any extraJavaOptions parameter.
unfortunately this didn't solve our case. i generated a simple jar file with all xmls:
seems that the files was token into account, because i had to delete the python property in core-site.xml that generated an error.
thank you any way
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