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HBase Forum

how to attach patch

  • #58020
    Sun Ww

    I had installed HBase0.98 with Ambari1.5.1 and want to attach a patch on hbase.
    I run “hbase verion”, shows ” HBase″.

    1、where can I get the corresponding HBase source code.
    2、If I repace HBase jar in /usr/lib/hbase/lib, Will it work?


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  • #58045
    Nick Dimiduk

    Start by having a look at

    Yes, you can create your own build and run it on an Ambari-managed cluster. I do this regularly for testing patches on a real cluster. I like to create the binary tarball, upload to the cluster machines, unpack on each machine, and create a symlink from the /usr/lib/hbase/lib -> /path/to/unpacked-patched-build/lib. Restart the HBase services, and you can verify the version number from the Master and RS webUI’s. The version number should match your build.

    Sun Ww

    Thank you.I will try it.
    And if I just want to replace only several class in HBase
    Can I get HBase source code


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