Moving to HBase-user
Have a look at hbase-daemon.sh in $HBASE_HOME/bin. It wraps up the details
necessary for building the java command used to start an HBase process (it
also does some other house-cleaning like log rotation, which you probably
also want). Use it to start and stop RegionServer and Master processes on
your individual hosts. You'll probably need to wrap it or steal its logic
for your own supervisord script.
Actually, after reading a bit about supervisord, you may need to modify
this script to support launching the process in the foreground. Have a look
and let us know what you find.
On Tue, Jan 7, 2014 at 6:00 AM, mathan kumar <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
> I am trying to control HBase using supervisord to start / stop methods so
> that it would be easy to do these in browser instead of using scripts
> within the machine by loggin in.
> I can able to start the HBase as a user using start-hbase.sh script, But
> could not stop using the same in supervisord browser stop option.
> The reason is when supervisord starts the start-hbase.sh script HBase is
> actually started as child process to start-hbase where supervisord does not
> control any child process while stopping the process created by supervisord.
> Is there any other way to achieve this.
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