Another quick question, Bobby, what version of HDP are you using? ...
Another quick question, Bobby, what version of HDP are you using?
Our engineering team is currently hitting an issue with using Avro in our Hive installation and are seeing an exception similar to the following when running a fairly simple query:
java.lang.ClassCastException: java.lang.String cannot be cast to org.apache.avro.util.Utf8
The table definition in Hive is the following:
hive> describe daily_12;
uid string from deserializer
userdatabydataprovider map<string,struct<dataproviderid:int,userid:string,info:map,events:map<string,array<struct<timestamp:bigint,attributes:map>>>,lastaccesstime:bigint>> from deserializer
audiencedata array<struct> from deserializer
And the query having the issue is similar to the following:
select t.uid,t.userdatabydataprovider['1'].userid,t.userdatabydataprovider['1'].info,t.userdatabydataprovider['1'].events,audiencedata from daily_12 t limit 5;
Supposedly, the same code/query works in a different HDP cluster (I need to confirm this) and I’m looking to try and determine if it is a cluster/Hive issue. We are currently running Hive 0.10.0.21 in our cluster while the other cluster is running Hive 0.10.0.22… I’m looking for other significant differences.
I’m not a true Java/Avro guy (know enough to be dangerous) but what I’ve found thus far is other people have had issues with strings and Avro expecting Utf8. I plan to sit with the engineers to look at the Avro schema(s) being used. I haven’t found anything specific to Hive but have seen some discussions related to Pig where people have hit a similar error using “avro.java.string” instead of “avro.util.Utf8″ for the String property in schema fields.
Any other tips/advice for troubleshooting this issue would be greatly appreciated.
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