Known Issues in Schema Registry

Learn about the known issues in Schema Registry, the impact or changes to the functionality, and the workaround.

CDPD-56890: New schemas cannot be created following an upgrade
If you delete the latest version of a schema (the one with the highest ID) from the Schema Registry database before an upgrade, you might not be able to create new schemas after you upgrade the cluster to a newer version.
  1. Access the Schema Registry database. Go to Cloudera Manager > Schema Registry > Configuration and search for "database" if you don't know the name, host, or port of the Schema Registry database.
  2. Cross reference the ID's in the schemaVersionId column of the schmema_version_state table with the ID's found in the schema_version_info table.
  3. Delete all records from the schema_version_state table that contains a schemaVersionId not present in the schema_version_info table.
CDPD-58265: Schema Registry Client incorrectly applies SSL configuration
The Cloudera distributed Schema Registry Java client might fail to apply the SSL configurations correctly with concurrent access in Jersey clients due to a Jersey issue related to JDK.
Before using HttpsURLConnection in any form concurrently, call once in the custom client application.
CDPD-55381: Schema Registry issues authentication cookie for the authorized user, not for the authenticated one
When the authenticated user is different from the authorized user, which can happen when Schema Registry is used behind Knox, authorization issues can occur for subsequent requests as the authentication cookie in Schema Registry stores the authorized user.
Access Schema Registry directly, without using Knox, if possible. If not, ensure that the name of the end user that tries to connect does not begin with knox.