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Impala Catalog Server restarted with IllegalStateException: Table.toThrift() called without holding the table lock: table_name

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Hello,

 

we have Impala issue last days with regularly Impala Catalog Server restart.

Access data via Impala works, but Cloudera Manager sent alerts every 5 minutes with

 

IllegalStateException: Table.toThrift() called without holding the table lock: table_name

 

We tried to invalidate metadata on table and compute stats, but no success.

It works normally before and there were no changes on cluster.

 

Have you any idea what is the problem?

 

Regards

Kamil

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Hi @Kamil_Valko ,

The error message suggests that you are hitting IMPALA-9136 which is fixed in CDH 6.3.4 and in CDP 7.1.0 and newer.

The regular Catalogd restart is likely due to some other problems, please file a support case to be able to review it in more detail.

You can also review the role or the stdout/stderr logs of the Catalog daemon, maybe it shows an OutOfMemoryError - which can be common if the HMS / catalog metadata has increased recently - and the catalog heap is not adjusted.

Best regards

 Miklos

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@Kamil_Valko, Has the reply helped resolve your issue? If so, please mark the appropriate reply as the solution, as it will make it easier for others to find the answer in the future.



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Explorer

Hello,

 

problem was with OOO memory, after add some, it looks ok.

Thank for advice.

 

Best regards

Kamil

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