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Re: Hive JDBC client error when connecting to Kerberos Cloudera cluster

I am able to resolve this issue and below Oracle link helped me to resolve it

GSSException: No valid credentials provided (Mechanism level: Failed to find any Kerberos Ticket)


Solution is we need to specify while executing my Java program from command line

That means

java ...........


My Java program internally uses Hive JDBC API.


This is what I did:


1. kinit from command line

2. Run the Java program with above -D property and also in the JDBC URL specify the appropriate Hive JDBC URL with principal name etc





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