In addition to Gary's suggestion.
Try to scan "_acl_" table and check that kuser1 should have proper
I haven't used Sqoop for loading data directly into HBase. But, i have used
MR to load data into HBase. So, you might have to look at the way the MR
job from sqoop is set-up.
These two methods should be present in the MR job set-up for HBase:
If the above two method calls are missing then Sqoop might have problems in
loading data. Maybe you can ask this on Sqoop mailing list.
On Mon, Aug 5, 2013 at 6:33 PM, Gary Helmling <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> To further isolate the problem, try doing some simple commands from the
> hbase shell after obtaining kerberos credentials:
> 1) kinit
> 2) hbase shell
> 3) in hbase shell:
> create 'testtable', 'f'
> put 'testtable', 'r1', 'f:col1', 'val1'
> get 'testtable', 'r1'
> If these all work, then the HBase code is correctly recognizing and
> utilizing your kerberos credentials, and there may be a problem with
> getting the credentials passed through the sqoop process. If these
> commands do _not_ work, then there is a problem with your kerberos / HBase
> security setup. For example. it could be a mismatch in the encryption
> ciphers (most kerberos configs will default to AES which is not or at least
> was not previously supported in Java 6 without the "unlimited strength" JCE
> policy files).
> On Mon, Aug 5, 2013 at 6:14 PM, ssatish <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I got the grant working for user by adding kuser1 to sudo users list by
> > adding the following code to hbase-site.xml and restarting master and
> > region
> > servers.
> > hbase.superuser
> > kuser1
> > But I still get the ImportTool error - ERROR tool.ImportTool: Error
> > import: Can't get authentication token
> > --
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Thanks & Regards,