Hi there. You generally don't want to run with 2 clusters like (HBase on
one, HDFS on the other) that because your regions have 0% locality.
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On 10/17/12 12:19 PM, "Richard Tang" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>I have problems using hbase based on unqualified hostname. My ``hbase``
>runs in a cluster and ``hdfs`` on another cluster. While using fully
>qualified name on ``hbase``, for properties like ``hbase.rootdir`` and
>``hbase.zookeeper.quorum``, there is no problem. But when I change them to
>be shorter unqualified names, like ``node4`` and ``node2``, (which are
>resolved to local ip address by ``/etc/hosts``, like ``10.0.0.8``), the
>hbase cluster begin to throw ``Connect refused`` messages. Anyone
>same problem here?What is the possible reason behind all theses? Thanks.