03-19-2015 05:01 AM
03-19-2015 06:26 AM
Your machine is configured for IPv6. IPv6 is not supported, and various components will have problems with it. You should ensure all nodes are only using IPv4.
03-19-2015 07:36 AM
It depends on your operating system. You should look up network configuration docs specific to the operating system you're using.
You can usually check lsmod to see if ipv6 shows up, or look at the output of ifconfig to see if adapters have inet6 addresses.
03-20-2015 12:42 AM
Hi, it was datacenter dns ipv6
So we just deleted ALL packages having ipv6 in their names.
Strange, we met it problem first time for the last half year. We met it trying to use pig HBaseStorageHandler to read HBase data.
We were using it for writing before and there were no poblems with it.
03-20-2015 09:54 AM
Many of the components have gotten better about ignoring IPv6 when it's present so long as IPv4 works. Best practice is still to keep it removed because you'll eventually hit edge cases like this.