Hi Lionel, Thank you for your email.
Right now, I am testing Spark cluster using the Spark-shell available on your Docker image. I just wanted to test it before running any ‘measure job’ to tackle any configuration issue. I start the shell as follows: spark-shell --deploy-mode client --master yarn --packages=org.apache.hadoop:hadoop-aws:2.6.5 I am fetching Hadoop-aws:2.6.5 as 2.6.5 is the Hadoop version that is included in the Docker image. So far, so good, then I also set the right Hive metastore URI: sqlContext.setConf("hive.metastore.uris", metastoreURI) the problem arises when I try to fetch any table for instance: sqlContext.sql("Select * from hcom_data_prod_.testtable").take(2) the table does exist, but I get an error back saying that: Caused by: java.io.FileNotFoundException: File s3://hcom-xxXXXxx/yyy /testtable/sentdate=2017-10-13 does not exist. But it does exist, basically AWS is responding with 404 http message. I think I would get the same error if I try to run any ‘measure job’, so I prefer to tackle this earlier. Are you aware of any S3 endpoint misconfiguration with old version of Hadoop-aws? Many thanks, Enrico From: Lionel Liu <lionel...@apache.org> Date: Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at 3:34 AM To: "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com>, Enrico D'Urso <a-edu...@hotels.com> Subject: Re: Griffin on Docker - modify Hive metastore Uris Hi Enrico, Griffin service only need to get metadata from hive metastore service, it doesn't fetch hive table data actually. Griffin measure, which runs on spark cluster, needs to fetch hive table data, you need to pass the AWS credentials to it when submit. I recommend you try the shell-submit way to submit the measure module first. Thanks, Lionel On Tue, Apr 10, 2018 at 9:48 PM, Enrico D'Urso <a-edu...@hotels.com<mailto:a-edu...@hotels.com>> wrote: Hi, I have just set up the Griffin Docker image and it seems to work ok, I am able to view the sample data that comes by default. Now, I would like to test a bit the metrics things against a subset of a table that I have in our Hive instance; In particular the configuration is as follows: - Hive Metastore on RDS (Mysql on Amazon) -Actual data on Amazon S3 The machine in which Docker is running has access to the metastore and also can potentially fetch data from S3. I connected into the Docker image and now I am checking the following file: /root/service/config/application.properties in which I see the hive.metastore.uris that I can potentially modify. I would also need to pass to Griffin the AWS credentials to be able to fetch data from S3. Anyone has experience on this? Thanks, E.