-Re: How to enable Drill log to analyze query execution
Timothy Chen 2013-09-14, 15:19
Once you get Lilth installed (which is simply downloading it and running
it) and ran, it will be listening to the socket that Drill opens to write
If you then launches sqline and run queries, there should be logs showing
up on Lilth automatically.
As for Eclipse problem, I never used Eclipse with Drill so hopefully
someone else can answer that question for you.
On Fri, Sep 13, 2013 at 11:29 PM, Jinfeng Ni <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Hope you don't mind if I ask couple of "beginner" questions, as Drill is a
> brand new thing to me currently.
> 1. Enable Drill log.
> I tried to follow the instruction at
> At the bottom, it suggested use Lilith to view / analyze the log from
> Drill. I went through the links there, still have no idea how to set up .
> Q1 : Do I have to install Lilith on the same machine where Drill is
> running? What kind of connection will Lilith use to "fetch" log data from
> I have a Ubuntu 12.0.4 box with Drill, and Lilith installed on a Windows
> desktop. Can this kind of configuration work?
> Q2: Is there any setup so that the "logback socket appender" for Drill
> will be enabled?
> 2. Eclipse IDE
> I followed instructions
> which probably is a bit old (Dated Feb, 2013).
> After import the source code into Eclipse IDE running on Windows Desktop,
> it shows many packages are missing, and compiler errors.
> On Ubuntu box, I noticed the directory .m2/repository contains lots of
> dependency .jar, and the $DRILL_HOME/.classpath file will add those .jar to
> On Windows Eclipse, I also saw directory .m2/repository. However, the
> Eclipse project seems not know how to locate those dependency .jar.
> My question is : Do I have to "manually" add those .jar to the project's
> build path, to fix the compiler error from Eclipse?
> PS: In Eclipse, "Maven install" failed with error:
> Time elapsed: 0.138 sec <<< ERROR!
> java.io.IOException: File already exists:/tmp/test.parquet
> Thanks a lot for any help!