Cause: The password that you specified has been used before by this principal.Solution: Choose a password that has not been chosen before, at least not within the number of passwords that are kept in the KDC database for each principal. Cause: Authentication with checksum was not negotiated with the client.Cause: A realm mismatch between the client and server occurred in the initial ticket request.Solution: Make sure that the server you are communicating with is in the same realm as the client, or that the realm configurations are correct.LDAP can provide access to directory type information such as an address book for your email client, or a list of users and groups that have access to services on your network.This guide uses the Open LDAP package for the account management function of SSO.SAS/ACCESS to HADOOP configuration and validation in a Kerberized environment task is far from being an automatic or simple deployment step: it should be considered as integration work.
The idea of this article is to provide you a short list of actions to perform if you are on the ground, facing the "SAS/ACCESS to HADOOP with Kerberos is not working" problem. SQLException: Could not open client transport with JDBC Uri: jdbc:hive2://psdnas3customer B.com:10000/default; principal=hive/[email protected] ACCESS ENGINE: Exiting DBICON with rc=0X801F9007 16 1436341582 no_name 0 OBJECT_E ERROR: Error trying to establish connection.
One of these actions is also a way to quickly determine if you are in front of a real SAS/ACCESS configuration issue or of a more general System/Kerberos configuration issue. Timeout Exception ERROR: Could not open connection to jdbc:hive2://h1r1en01 Check your Hive server status and also set option SUBPROTOCOL= appropriately. Note: Refer to SAS documentation for details on PROC HADOOP.refer to SAS documentation for details on PROC HADOOP.
Customer A.fr:10000/default;principal=hive/[email protected] Set SUBPROTOCOL=hive2 if you are running Hive Server2. With PROC HADOOP, you will likely have more detail messages helping in the diagnostic.
For more information on failover and server redundancy, see the section.
When using service discovery for KDC or kpasswd servers, SSSD first searches for DNS entries that specify _udp as the protocol and falls back to _tcp if none are found.