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Solr through Hue is throwing 403 request exception

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I have Kerberos and sentry enabled for the cluster. Solr is also configured through sentry. The hue admin user is having all the access.

 

While testing out the collection creation and indexing using the hue indexes. I am getting the error 403. But I can see that collection being created, somehow the user which created the collection does not have access over the collection. Any other permission I need to add for this.

 

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Re: Solr through Hue is throwing 403 request exception

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Hi @Seeker90 ,

Thanks for reaching out to Cloudera community.

It looks like there is some missing permission and so could you please run the below commands as root user in hue node:

 

sudo -u solr solrctl sentry --list-roles
sudo -u solr solrctl sentry --list-privileges admin_role

 

and make sure you receive the below privileges when you run the below command:

 

[root@hue-test ~]# sudo -u solr solrctl sentry --list-privileges admin_role
Collection=*->action=*
Admin=*->action=*
Schema=*->action=*
Config=*->action=*

 

If you don't have the privileges, please use below command to add it:

 

sudo -u solr solrctl sentry --grant-privilege admin_role 'xxxx'

 

Hope this helps!

Li

Li Wang, Technical Solution Manager


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Re: Solr through Hue is throwing 403 request exception

Super Collaborator

Hi @Seeker90 ,

Thanks for reaching out to Cloudera community.

It looks like there is some missing permission and so could you please run the below commands as root user in hue node:

 

sudo -u solr solrctl sentry --list-roles
sudo -u solr solrctl sentry --list-privileges admin_role

 

and make sure you receive the below privileges when you run the below command:

 

[root@hue-test ~]# sudo -u solr solrctl sentry --list-privileges admin_role
Collection=*->action=*
Admin=*->action=*
Schema=*->action=*
Config=*->action=*

 

If you don't have the privileges, please use below command to add it:

 

sudo -u solr solrctl sentry --grant-privilege admin_role 'xxxx'

 

Hope this helps!

Li

Li Wang, Technical Solution Manager


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