Most likely than not, your tservers are registering themselves in zookeeper
as 127.0.0.1. This will cause the master, or any node really, to think the
tserver is local.
When a tserver starts, it will register it's location in zookeeper. They
will use the location in the slaves file as a guidance for which IP address
it should use to report as. So if you update the slaves file to use actual
ip/hosts instead of localhost, it should resolve this issue.
On Sat, Sep 21, 2013 at 5:36 PM, buttercream <[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> I am new to Accumulo, so you'll have to forgive some of the naive
> When I see the master trying to connect to it's own 9996, does that
> that it thinks there should be a tablet server running on that node? If so,
> what do I need to configure to specify that a tablet server is not running
> on the master node? If that is not the case, what exactly is the master
> trying to do connecting to its own 9996 port?
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