Installing Hive on MR3
Compiling Hive on MR3
Configuring Hive on MR3
Running the TPC-DS Benchmark
Using the Shuffle Handler
Enabling High Availability
Changing the Logging Configuration
Enabling ACID Transactions
Using User Defined Functions
Integrating Apache Ranger
Accessing from Spark
For running HiveCLI, the user should use HiveCLI included in the MR3 release.
In order to run HiveCLI, set the following environment variables in
env.sh as necessary:
HIVE_CLIENT_HEAPSIZE=1024 USER_PRINCIPAL=hive@HADOOP USER_KEYTAB=/home/hive/hive.keytab
HIVE_CLIENT_HEAPSIZEspecifies the heap size (in megabytes) for HiveCLI.
USER_KEYTABspecify the principal and keytab file for the user executing HiveCLI in a secure cluster with Kerberos.
In order to start a HiveCLI session, execute
hive/run-hive-cli.sh with the following options:
--local # Run jobs with configurations in conf/local/ (default). --cluster # Run jobs with configurations in conf/cluster/. --tpcds # Run jobs with configurations in conf/tpcds/. --hivesrc1 # Choose hive1-mr3 (based on Hive 1.2.2). --hivesrc2 # Choose hive2-mr3 (based on Hive 2.3.5). --hivesrc3 # Choose hive3-mr3 (based on Hive 3.1.1) (default). --hivesrc4 # Choose hive4-mr3 (based on Hive 4.0.0-SNAPSHOT). --amprocess # Run the MR3 DAGAppMaster in LocalProcess mode. --hiveconf <key>=<value> # Add a configuration key/value; may be repeated at the end. <HiveCLI option> # Add a HiveCLI option; may be repeated at the end.
--amprocess, HiveCLI runs a new MR3 DAGAppMaster in LocalProcess mode.
Hence a new process starts on the same machine where the script is run.
The user can append as many HiveCLI options (for the command
hive from Hive) as necessary to the command.
--amprocess cannot be used in a secure cluster with Kerberos; see the documentation on LocalProcess mode.)
In a secure cluster with Kerberos, HiveCLI uses the Kerberos ticket provided by the user to authenticate itself to Yarn. Hence the Kerberos ticket should be valid at the time of executing the script. In a non-secure cluster without Kerberos, HiveCLI communicates with Yarn as the user executing the script.
hive/run-hive-cli.sh creates a new directory under
hive-mr3--2018-03-14--00-13-40-8f4aaf03/ ├── command ├── conf │ ├── beeline-log4j.properties ... │ └── yarn-site.xml ├── env ├── hive-logs │ └── hive.log └── out.txt
The name of the HiveCLI output directory ends with a random sequence such as
commandcontains the command executed to start the HiveCLI session.
confis a directory containing all configuration files that are effective at the time of starting the HiveCLI session.
envlists all environment variables that are effective at the time of starting the HiveCLI session.
hive-logs/hive.logis the log file for HiveCLI.
out.txtis the output of