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MapReduce >> mail # dev >> "SIMPLE authentication is not enabled" error for secured hdfs read


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Re: "SIMPLE authentication is not enabled" error for secured hdfs read
Hi David,

UserGroupInformation.createRemoteUser does not attach credentials to the
returned ugi.  I expect the server side is rejecting the connection due to
lack of credentials.  This is actually by design.  The
UserGroupInformation.createRemoteUser method is primarily intended for use
on the server side when it wants to run a piece of its code while
impersonating the client.

I'd say that your second code sample is the correct one.  After running
kinit to get credentials, you can just run your code.  I expect Kerberos
authentication to work without taking any special measures to call
UserGroupInformation directly from your code.

Hope this helps.

Chris Nauroth
Hortonworks
http://hortonworks.com/

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