This failure to
start HiveServer Interactive / Hive LLAP is due to a known problem in Ambari 2.5 where certain keytab files are not generated if you enable LLAP after
your cluster is Kerberized. The Ambari Kerberos wizard generates keytabs for
all services that are present as of the time the Kerberos Wizard is run. If
HiveServer Interactive is not enabled when the wizard runs, certain essential keytabs will not be
present when you try to enable HiveServer Interactive / LLAP, nor are they generated at that time.
There are two
options for resolving this problem:
keytabs using the Ambari Kerberos wizard, refer to the Ambari
documentation for this process.
On all cluster
nodes, copy the hive.service.keytab to hive.llap.zk.sm.keytab. If your keytabs
are stored in the default location, cp