Sandbox 1.3RC6 Virtualbox, Hiveserver2 failed to start

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    Tri Nguyen
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    Using HDP Sandbox 1.3 RC6, Virtualbox 4.2.14 on host Xubuntu 13.04 x64
    Each time the VM is shutdown, at the next restart, the Hiverserver2 failed to start properly:

    (Check Hive Metastore running)
    netstat -nl | grep 9083

    (Check Hive Thrift Server running)
    netstat -nl | grep 10000

    When the VM started, the error messages on the init sequence was:
    Starting Hiveserver2
    env: /tmp/startHiverserver2.sh: No such file or directory
    Starting Hcat server
    env: /tmp/startMetastore.sh: No such file or directory

    For now the workaround I have found is to copy back these missing files *.sh from /var/lib/ambari-agent/puppet/modules/hdp-hive/files/ and reboot the VM.

    Can you please confirm the issue and hopefully can you please suggest a fix?

    Thanks in advance

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    Dave
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    Hi Tri,

    The Sandbox I am running does not run into this issue. Are the files there in /tmp when you see this issue?
    It looks like the /tmp is being emptied, you could move these into roots home directory and update the startup scripts and see if that helps.

    Thanks

    Dave

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