Known Issues and Limitations in Cloudera Manager 6.2.1
The following sections describe known issues and limitations for Cloudera Manager 6.2.1:
- Cloudera Manager 6.x issue with the service role Resume
- Cloudera Manager installation fails on MariaDB 10.2.8 and later
- Cloudera Manager 6.2.0 does not have the correct license notification
- Limitations for Virtual Private Clusters
- Restart of Impala and Hive required for Cloudera Manager 6.2 upgrade with ADLS
- Add Hive Execution Service on Compute Cluster for Hue
- BDR invalidate metadata command
- TLS Protocol Error with OpenJDK
Cloudera Manager 6.x issue with the service role Resume
If a selected service role on a node is restarted and fails, and the customer clicks the "Resume" button in Cloudera Manager, the service role on all of the nodes will be restarted concurrently.
Products affected: Cloudera Manager
- Cloudera Manager 5.5 and later
- Cloudera Manager 6.0 until 6.3.3
- Cloudera Manager 7.1.x
Users affected: Users with admin role in Cloudera Manager can impact end users of the service.
Impact:In production clusters this can result in a cluster-wide service outage; Already observed for the YARN service and the HDFS service in a few clusters.
- A workaround exists where instead of performing a restart we recommend performing a stop/start of the services.
- Issue is fixed in CM-6.3.4, CM-7.2.1 and above.
Knowledge article: For the latest update on this issue see the corresponding Knowledge article: Cloudera Customer Advisory: Cloudera Manager 6.x issue with service role Resume
Cloudera Manager installation fails on MariaDB 10.2.8 and later
When installing Cloudera Manager using MariaDB 10.2.8 or later, the Cloudera Manager web server doesn't come up and the install process ends with a failed status. The cloudera-scm-server.log includes the following SQL error:
2019-08-28 04:37:10,171 FATAL main:org.hsqldb.cmdline.SqlFile: SQL Error at 'UTF-8' line 57: "alter table ROLE_CONFIG_GROUPS drop column REVISION_ID" Key column 'REVISION_ID' doesn't exist in table 2019-08-28 04:37:10,171 FATAL main:org.hsqldb.cmdline.SqlFile: Rolling back SQL transaction. 2019-08-28 04:37:10,172 ERROR main:com.cloudera.enterprise.dbutil.SqlFileRunner: Exception while executing ddl scripts. com.mysql.jdbc.exceptions.jdbc4.MySQLSyntaxErrorException: Key column 'REVISION_ID' doesn't exist in table
Note that MariaDB 10.2.8 is provided by default in some operating systems, including SLES 12 SP4.
Workaround: Replace the default MariaDB 10.2.x version with MariaDB 10.2.7.
Affected Versions: MariaDB 10.2.8 and later
Cloudera Issue: OPSAPS-52340
Cloudera Manager 6.2.0 does not have the correct license notification
Limitations for Virtual Private Clusters
There are a number of limitations and considerations for running Virtual Private Clusters, including the types of services you can run on a Compute cluster and supported versions of CDH. See Compatibility Considerations for Virtual Private Clusters.
Restart of Impala and Hive required for Cloudera Manager 6.2 upgrade with ADLS
Cloudera Bug: OPSAPS-47436
Add Hive Execution Service on Compute Cluster for Hue
To enable Hue to run Hive queries on a Compute cluster, you must install the Hive Execution Service on the Compute cluster.
- In the Cloudera Manager Admin console, go to the Hue service on the Compute cluster.
- Open the Hue Web UI.
- Select .
- Select the Group tab.
- Click on the row containing the default group.
- De-select the beeswax.access:Launch this application permission.
- Click Update Group.
Cloudera Bug: DOCS-4438 OPSAPS-49062
BDR invalidate metadata command
When running a Hive replication job, the invalidate metadata command is run automatically by the replication job and runs as the impala user. If an administrator has configured a different user with permissions to run the invalidate metadata command, the command fails.
Workaround: Grant the Impala user permission to run the invalidate metadata command.
Cloudera Bug: OPSAPS-44327
TLS Protocol Error with OpenJDK
If you are using an older version of OpenJDK 1.8 and have enabled SSL/TLS for the Cloudera Manager Admin Console, you may encounter a TLS protocol error when connecting to the Admin Console, stating that there are no ciphers in common. This is because older versions of OpenJDK may not implement certain TLS ciphers, causing an inability to log into the Cloudera Manager Admin Console when TLS is enabled.
- Upgrade OpenJDK to a supported version of OpenJDK that is higher than version 1.8.0_181.
- If it is not possible to upgrade OpenJDK, enable less secure TLS ciphers in Cloudera Manager. You can do this by opening the /etc/default/cloudera-scm-server in a text editor and adding the following line:
export CMF_OVERRIDE_TLS_CIPHERS=<cipher_list>Where <cipher_list> is a list of TLS cipher suites separated by colons. For example:
Cloudera Bug: OPSAPS-49578