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ODBC error on linux

  • #48668
    Arnold Slabbekoorn

    We are receiving the following error on HDP 2.0 on our linux server while accessing 2.0 using the linux 32bit odbc driver. With the same user credentials we can query the 2.0 environment with no issues on our windows machines with the windows 32 bit driver. We are able to connect on linux and see the file/tables but as soon as we write a select <columns> from table x statement like below we have errors. We had similar errors on our 1.3 deployment.
    Any help appreciated.

    Error type: Odbc error. Odbc operation attempted: SQLExecDirect. [S1000:35: on HSTMT] [Hortonworks][Hardy] (35) Error from Hive: error code: ‘40000’ error message: ‘Error while processing statement: FAILED: RuntimeException Permission denied: user=anonymous, access=WRITE, inode=”/tmp/hive Connection String: DSN=Hadoop;1?=;. SQL Statement: select a12.dt dt, a12.appstate appstate from default.kiosk_intava_stage a12 where (a12.dt = ‘2013-10-01’ and a12.appstate = ‘OrderConfirmation’).. Error in Process method of Component: QueryEngineServer, Project Hadoop, Job 62, Error Code= -2147212544.

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