. After which I ping using stream.twitter.com
, after I used https://stream.twitter.com on the browser. It required some credentials
, so I entered my twitter credentials. After I entered it, it returned on the browser unknown URL and a link to follow http://dev.twitter.com/pages/streaming_api. But the link does not exist. The screenshots are attached below. Also a scrennshot of vpn and firewall config
@Elvine Egoko can you please ssh into your virtual machine
ssh root@localhost -p 12222 password: hadoop
Then grep the Nifi logs
cat /var/log/nifi/nifi-app.log | grep "ERROR"
See if you can find a more detailed explanation of that error.
Also, I noticed you were using a default template from the Nifi wiki: https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/NIFI/Example+Dataflow+Templates
I tried to replicate the error on my end with the same template and processor to no avail. I am using the latest HDF sandbox with virtual box.
I did have to manually enter my own twitter API keys and access tokens with my application account . You can make one here: https://apps.twitter.com/
Do you have an account? Did you try entering in a new set of keys?
What do your processor properties look like?