Caused by: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/apache/hadoop/hive/common/io/NonSyncByteArrayOutputStream ... Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.apache.hadoop.hive.common.io.NonSyncByteArrayOutputStream ...
When loading classes, Datameer is giving priority to the
If custom Hive SerDe are used, our process is expecting the classes to reside in the Hive plugin, but if they were first picked up from
custom-jars then they will be skipped when the Hive plugin becomes loaded as they are already available.
- Review the current Hive plugin and check if all classes are in place.
- Check MD5.
lsofagainst the Datameer process ID (PID).
- Note if there are classes pulled from
Ensure that custom SerDe jar files are not included in the
<datameer-install-path>/etc/custom-jars. If extra custom SerDe jar files in the
custom-jars path are found, they need to be removed. It will will be necessary to restart the Datameer service to make the change active.