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Hive / HCatalog Forum

Hive 0.12 in HDP 1.3.2

  • #41096


    Does anyone have any recommendations or things to take into account when installing Hive 0.12 in an HDP 1.3.2 cluster?


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  • #41105

    Hi Juan,

    Hive 0.12 is not shipped or QA’d as part of the HDP 1.3.X stack.
    You would be moving away from a supported platform.



    Thejas Nair

    As Dave mentioned 0.12 with HDP 1.3.2 combination is not officially supported hortonworks, as we haven’t done extensive QA with the combination.

    But hive 0.12 is apache 1.x line compatible, so it should just work. Nothing specific needs to be done for HDP as it is closely aligned with the apache 1.x line. You will need do the steps needed for hive upgrade, ie the metastore upgrade scripts will need to be run.

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