What is the major driver to not use the HDP bundled Phoenix?
It seems to me that the Phoenix version you have is not compatible with the underlying HBase version, leading to all these issues. In particular, the method getCatalogTracker in HDP-2.2 works only with 1 argument, but in Phoenix versions from the open source, it works with 0 arguments. This has been taken care of in the-yet-to-be-released HDP-2.3 (the HBase/Phoenix code both supports/uses the 0 argument getCatalogTracker).
From: Perko, Ralph J <Ralph.Perko@pnnl.gov>
Sent: Tuesday, April 07, 2015 10:28 AM
Subject: RE: hbase / phoenix errors
Thank you for the response
I am using Phoenix 4.3 as a separate installation.
Unfortunately I have no way to copy the actual log files so I will need to transcribe as much as I can.
There are a lot of things going on – I’ll try to provide the highlights
Using ambari – everything on the cluster is green – there are no apparent issues (but there are many)
On the hbase master web site it shows a table split hung up (all red – “regions in transition”) since yesterday evening.
All my phoenix tables are setup as follows:
100GB hregion max file size
Constant split size policy
If I attempt to connect to Phoenix using sqlline it get the exception:
NotServingRegionException:Region SYSTEM.CATALOG is not online
If I run hbase shell I can list the tables but cannot scan any of them
RS Log Messages:
Aside from the messages I provided earlier some errors and exceptions have come up as well on the RS:
In order I believe:
ERROR StatsScanner failed to update stats table
ERROR largeCompaction Compaction Failed
ERROR largeCompaction Failed after attempt 350 – ConnectionRefused – this server is in the failed servers list
Coprocessor.CoprocessorHost: the coprocessor …LocalIndexSplitter threw an exception
HRegion: compaction interrupted InterruptedOException
RuntimeException: HRegionServer aborted
ERROR RS_LOG_REPLAY wal.HLogSplitter OutOFMemory
Many of these: RemoteException (LeaseExpiredException) Holder: DFSCLient…recovered.edits…: File does not exist
Many java.net.ConnectionException: Connection refused
Java.net.ConnectionException SocketTimeoutException … row ‘’ on table ‘hbase.meta’
This is where we are today
I will provide whatever info you need
Also, beside each region server log file (.log) there's also the output file (.out). Check the output files as well, as some serious crashes scenarios bypass the logs and go directly to the out files.
On Tuesday, April 7, 2015, Devaraj Das <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Hi Ralph, were you using the Phoenix bundled with HDP-2.2 or was that a separate installation? Could you please copy/paste some log lines around the time of a regionserver's crash (look for exceptions etc around that time in the regionserver logs).
On Apr 6, 2015, at 3:00 PM, Perko, Ralph J <Ralph.Perko@pnnl.gov> wrote:
Hi, we recently upgraded to Phoenix 4.3 and Hortonworks 2.2 (HBase .98.4) and we are running into some issues. I am wondering if I am missing something easy and hoping you can help. I have 34 regions servers and many keep crashing but without much in the way of error messages.
Here are the things that stand out:
ClientAsync.Process – waiting for some tasks to finish
smallCompaction RPCRetryingCaller: Call exception …. ‘msg row ‘SOME_PHOENIX_TABLE_NAME_IDX:<some long key>’ on table: SYSTEM.STATS attempt 225/350
Similar ones for largeCompaction as well.
The other issue is the Pig loader hangs with these messages in the mapper logs:
[phoenix-1-thread-0] RPCRetryingCaller: Call exception msg row ‘’ on table ‘SYSTEM.CATALOG’
Eventually the mappers time out – no errors
Regions servers come up and down. There are lots of connection refused errors as well.
Restarting hbase does not help. The region servers will come up then go down again.
Zookeeper is up. I’ve restarted just in case but it did not help
I cannot connect to Phoenix from the command line
Any help is appreciated.