Created on 10-19-2018 05:08 AM - edited 09-16-2022 06:49 AM
I am new to the sandbox. Trying to run a basic map-reduce function written in Java. I have already uploaded the data files in maria_dev user using Ambari files. I tried putting the jar file there only but didn't work. It showed Not a valid jar error.
I even tried to load the jar file using winscp. Logged in as root user and put the jar file in the tmp folder there. How can I access this jar file as I couldn't find the jar file in shell's tmp folder.
Created 10-19-2018 05:11 AM
As you are getting the message like "Not a valid jar" which mostly indicates a corrupted JAR issue.
The easiest way to verify if the JAR is corrupted or not is to run the following command to see if "jar" command is able to list it's content or not?
# $JAVA_HOME/bin/jar -tvf /path/to/your_jar.jar
If you see the same message while running the above jar command as well then it means your JAR is corrupt and you should get a correct JAR.
The other option is to compare the "md5sum" of the JAR in working and non working environment (to verify if these jars are bit by bit same or not)?
# md5sum /path/to/your_jar.jar
Created 10-19-2018 05:16 AM
Regarding WinSCP issue. If your winscp has some issues then you can try using Ambari File View to upload the File to HDFS and then on the HDP sandbox terminal you can download the JAR file using following hdfs command:
Or use http://localhost:4200 (to login web terminal of your sandbox)
# ssh firstname.lastname@example.org -p 2222 Enter Password: hadoop # su - hdfs -c "hdfs dfs -get /your/jar/path/on/hdfs/your_jar.jar /tmp
Created 10-19-2018 05:47 PM
Thanks for the quick response. I tried the first method. I got the error shown in the attached screenshot. I have main function in the jar and the user has read, write and execute permission on the jar. I wanted to confirm if it's fine to keep the jar in tmp folder of the user maria_dev?
As for the second one, Ithe command worked fine but I jar-error.png couldn't find the jar in the /tmp folder of the hdfs user. Can you help me with the exact path where this jar has been copied?
Created on 09-22-2019 02:46 PM - edited 09-22-2019 02:47 PM
You can keep the jar at container level.
1. Connect your container through WinSCP. Mostly SFTP 127.0.0.1:2222 root/<password>
2. You will see root. You can create a directory ex. mrbuild. then place the jar there.
3. Run the job
yarn jar mrbuild/mrapp1.jar VoteCountApplication /user/root/input /user/root/output
I hope it will help.