When using the Community Edition and encounter an error, you can use the following examples to help you troubleshoot the issue.
- 'Port is already in use' error message
- You need to verify that the required ports are available and not already in use.
- Use one of the following commands to see which ports are in used:
- exited 137 error message
- If you see
tmp-sqlio-1 exited with code 137error message in the Streaming SQL Engine log, you need to modify the docker memory settings.
- Open Docker Desktop, go to the , and set memory limit to 4 GB
- If you need to restart the Community Edition from scratch, you can run the following command to remove specific volumes and containers locally from Docker:
docker-compose down docker rm <container_name_1> <container_name2> docker volume rm <volume_name_1> <volume_name2> docker-compose up -d
If you have any question or would like to provide feedback, you can join the community conversation on the Cloudera Stream Processing Forum.