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HBase Forum

HBase 0.96 – Unable to Start HBase Master

  • #43030


    I am trying out HBase in Sandbox 2.0

    I have tried to start HBase thus …

    $ hbase master start

    And, I see rolling messages like this …

    13/11/05 18:13:47 INFO master.ServerManager: Waiting for region servers count to settle; currently checked in 0, slept for 10615 ms, expecting minimum of 1, maximum of 2147483647, timeout of 4500 ms, interval of 1500 ms.

    Any clue on what’s going on?


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  • #43031
    Enis Soztutar

    In a distributed or pseudo distributed setup (as in HDP sandbox) that command will only start master, not a n in-process local cluster with master and regionserver. You can use the following commands to start the master and regionservers:

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