We have installed Hive in Hortonworks environment (within cluster). The Hive service is shown as started up and running in Ambari UI, but could not able to access Hive UI. Below is the error it shows for Hive view:
Tried opening Hive from command line even, but the same error:
We tried changing the Tez engine with mapreduce engine and restarting ambari-server, but seems the issue still persist. Also, we do get HDFS Block health alert in Ambari UI. Below is the error:
Not sure, of how to resolve this issue. Hence, requesting for any open suggestion.
You can run the following command to list/locate corrupt blocks: hdfs fsck -list-corruptfileblocks
If these blocks are not critical data, then just deleting them might solve your problem: hdfs fsck / -delete
There is a good thread here with links to more detail on finding/removing corrupt HDFS blocks here: