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Hbase REST or thrift in Sandbox

  • #47640
    Andrew R

    Please, help me locate HBASE REST or thrift connection points in the Sandbox.
    Sorry if this is obvious, but I did not find them.

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  • #48138
    M Sheik Uduman Ali

    Go to /usr/lib/hbase/bin

    Type: ./ start rest -p port_number

    Jamie Thomson

    Hi guys,
    Just getting my feet wet here with HBase and the sandbox (first time with both just about 1 hour ago)… once the shell command to start the REST endpoint has been run what URL should I hit in order to hit the REST endpoint?

    Thanks in advance

    Jamie Thomson

    Sorry, ignore previous reply. I found the endpoint at http://<ip&gt;:8085/rest.jsp Sorry to bother you.

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