So I'm trying to get zookeeper to run again, but even though I created a file
entitled "myid" and saved in the specified DataDir, the error I get when trying
to run it is
2009-10-22 15:58:31, 830 FATAL [main:quorumpeerm...@82] - Invalid config,
<then it lists the methods/classes affected>
Caused by: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: home/hadoop/zookeeper/myid file
The file contains the number 1 and nothing else. My other node has the number 2
(I only have 2 machines right now, I know it makes more sense to run an odd
number of zookeeper nodes but I just want to make sure it works first). Any
From: Mark Vigeant [mailto:mark.vige...@riskmetrics.com]
Sent: Wednesday, October 21, 2009 9:43 AM
Subject: RE: Cluster Configuration Issues
Thank you guys for all of your immediate help!
My machines are currently down for other reasons so I'll be able to try things
again, send out the errors I'm getting and such in a day or so (hopefully!)
From: Patrick Hunt [mailto:ph...@apache.org]
Sent: Tuesday, October 20, 2009 1:55 PM
Subject: Re: Cluster Configuration Issues
You might try my ZooKeeper configuration generator if you have python
The main issue that I see with your config is that each config file
needs to contain a list of all the servers in the ensemble:
where the "myid" file in the data dir for each hostX corresponds to it's
server id (so myid=1 on host1, myid=2 on host2, etc...)
Mark Vigeant wrote:
> So I'm trying to run hbase on 4 nodes, and in order to do that I need to run
> zookeeper in replicated mode (I could have hbase run the quorum for me, but
> it's suggested that I don't).
> I have an issue though. For some reason the id I'm assigning each server in
> the file "myid" in the assigned data directory is not getting read. I feel
> like another id is being created and put somewhere else. Does anyone have any
> tips on starting a zookeeper quorum? Do I create the myid file myself or do I
> edit one once it is created by zookeeper?
> This is what my config looks like:
> The name of my machine is hadoop1, with user name hadoop. In
> /home/hadoop/zookeeper I've created a myid file with the number 1 in it.
> Mark Vigeant
> RiskMetrics Group, Inc.