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“No common protection layer between client and server” while trying to communicate with kerberized H

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Re: “No common protection layer between client and server” while trying to communicate with kerberiz

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Ohhh! thanks i needed this information.

 

Thanks, really.

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Re: “No common protection layer between client and server” while trying to communicate with kerberiz

New Contributor

Hi Harsh,

 

I am facing the same issue of  “No common protection layer between client and server”, my server has hadoop.ipc.protection as privacy which I can't change to authentication.. 

I also tried using below code in my program,

Configuration config = new Configuration();

config.set("hadoop.rpc.protection","privacy"); but still facing same issue..

 

I have all cluster xmls in my classpath.


Could you please help me in solving the issue

Re: “No common protection layer between client and server” while trying to communicate with kerberiz

Explorer

Have you tried setting dfs.namenode.kerberos.principal?

Re: “No common protection layer between client and server” while trying to communicate with kerberiz

Explorer

A while back, I made a comment to the effect of "We may have to munge these files before we can use them" :) For those of you giggling about the use of the word munge, it's widely used on the East Coast to mean "edit" or "overwrite".  Typically files are not very edible and XML would not taste good :) :)

 

Cheers!

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