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Suspect BUG into HUE

Suspect BUG into HUE

New Contributor

Hi,

  in Hue I think that there is a bug. When I try to launch Oozie workflow (any type of workflow) that points with a folder that is not associated with superuser hdfs, all of the files are moved in the trash.

 

Any advice?

 

Regards.

 

Sebastiano Ippolito.

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Re: Suspect BUG into HUE

When submitting, Hue will update the jars and files in the 'lib' directory of its workspace. This is the same for the jars of a Java action.

 

The files in the trash are automatically deleted after a certain amount of time (1 day in general).

 

If the workflow submitted is a shared one which is not own by the user, the deployment directory is re-created each time.

 

In your use case, is that preventing your workflow from running properly?

Re: Suspect BUG into HUE

New Contributor
Hi,
I want to describe in details this situation. Have you a skype contact to talk with you?

Regards.

Sebastiano.
My skype id is: "sebippo"

Re: Suspect BUG into HUE

I think I see what you mean: https://issues.cloudera.org/browse/HUE-1680

This happen one someones own workflow when not using a relative path for the 'Jar name' field.

 This will be fixed in the next release of Hue. In the meantime:

Current workaround, don't use a full path for the jar file or don't put the 'Jar name' into lib, just put it one level up:

/user/hue/oozie/workspaces/_romain_-oozie-35-1382562916.43/lib/hadoop-annotations.jar

But a relative path:

lib/hadoop-annotations.jar