I'm trying to activate the Apache Phoenix parcel on CDH 5.4 quickstart vm and I get this message:
"Dependency not satisfied for release CLABS_PHOENIX(4.3.0-1.clabs_phoenix1.0.0.p0.78): CDH (at least 5.4)"
Is this expected to not work with the quickstart vm? Please let me know what are the options to evaluate Apache Phoenix with CDH.
This is due to the fact that the VMs are installed using rpms, and the labs is a different format called parcels.
We typically don't support mixed environments (rpms and parcels). I'll look into other ways to evaluate Apache Phoenix within the VM.
Thanks for the info.. please do let me know of other alternatives for evaluating Apache Phoenix.
I followed the installation guide to install Phoenix with my Quickstart VM 5.4
1. As specified I am unable to activate.
I even tried it to do manually by
1. copying apache phoenix 4.3.0 server jar to my hbase/lib/ directory
2. restarted hbase
But i am unable to start my region server on restart after above two procedures.
1. Yes, you are unable to active because of the explaination above. We don't allow a mixed deployment model (cannot install parcels and rpms on a cluster).
The VMs are created using rpms to ensure that people with less resources on their machine are still able to test CDH components.
With Cloudera Manager running, it requires more memory to run. We only build parcels for the labs products currently.
To get it working, you would need to start Cloudera Manager (there's an icon on the VM desktop to do so), then download and deploy the CDH parcels to get it working.