Re: Query on phoenix upgrade to 5.1.0

2020-01-30 Thread Josh Elser
You may be hitting a legitimate upgrade bug, Aleksandr. There is no Apache Phoenix 5.1.0 release -- it is still under development. Upgrade testing is one of the final things done for a release. If I had to lob a guess out there (completely a guess), this is an ordering bug. You don't have a

Re: Query on phoenix upgrade to 5.1.0

2020-01-30 Thread Aleksandr Saraseka
Hello, Josh. Thank you for your response! I beg your pardon, our version is 5.1.0 There is what I see in PSQ logs with DEBUG enabled. 2020-01-30 13:20:57,483 DEBUG org.apache.phoenix.query.ConnectionQueryServicesImpl: System mutex table already appears to exist, not creating it 2020-01-30

Re: Query on phoenix upgrade to 5.1.0

2020-01-29 Thread Josh Elser
Aleksandr and Prathap, Upgrades are done in Phoenix as they always have been. You should deploy the new version of phoenix-server jars to HBase, and then the first time a client connects with the Phoenix JDBC driver, that client will trigger an update to any system tables schema. As such,

Re: Query on phoenix upgrade to 5.1.0

2020-01-29 Thread Aleksandr Saraseka
Hello. I'm second on this. We upgraded phoenix from 4.14.0 to 5.0.0 (with all underlying things like hdfs, hbase) and have the same problem. We are using queryserver + thin-client So on PQS side we have: 2020-01-29 09:24:21,579 INFO org.apache.phoenix.util.UpgradeUtil: Upgrading metadata to add

Re: Query on phoenix upgrade to 5.1.0

2020-01-16 Thread Prathap Rajendran
Hi All, Thanks for the quick update. Still we have some clarification about the context. Actually we are upgrading from the below version Source : apache-phoenix-4.14.0-cdh5.14.2 Destination: apache-phoenix-5.0.0-HBase-2.0-bin.tar.gz

Re: Query on phoenix upgrade to 5.1.0

2020-01-14 Thread Josh Elser
(with VP-Phoenix hat on) This is not an official Apache Phoenix release, nor does it follow the ASF trademarks/branding rules. I'll be following up with the author to address the trademark violations. Please direct your questions to the author of this project. Again, it is *not* Apache

Re: Query on phoenix upgrade to 5.1.0

2020-01-14 Thread Geoffrey Jacoby
Phoenix 5.1 doesn't actually exist yet, at least not at the Apache level. We haven't released it yet. It's possible that a vendor or user has cut an unofficial release off one of our development branches, but that's not something we can give support on. You should contact your vendor. Also, since