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[expand - 1 more] - java pointer error in drill log - Drill - [mail # user]
... crash, because that might have > generated a log as well (hs_error_.... ) ? > > On 8/28/2018 12:47:57 AM, Divya Gehlot wrote: > Hi, > I could see java pointer error in drill logs as beow...
   Author: Kunal Khatua , 2018-08-29, 17:37
Session handling with multiple drillbits - Drill - [mail # user]
... condition you mention Let's use a real option here for clarity. store.format. SYSTEM store.format is parquet Scenario 1: I log on, I set SESSION store.format to csv and run CREATE TABLE foo...
.../single > > drillbit mode, and distributed mode. > > > > When you run multiple drillbits in distributed mode, you will (should) be > > enabling authentication. Thus each user will log...
... authentication > and > > connect to Drillbit 1 or 2, and set store.format (at the session level) > to > > parquet and user 2 can logon it Drillbit 1 or 2 (doesn't matter, even if > > user 1 is logged...
   Author: Kunal Khatua , 2018-09-05, 20:44
Dynamically change logging levels for loggers - Drill - [mail # dev]
...I figured this is a rarely modified piece of code but most frequently used across all components. Hoping that someone who might have worked on logging can share some insight from...
... their experience in general, if not within Drill. I was wondering if changes to Drill's logback.xml can be picked up dynamically. i.e. without restarting the Drillbit, change the logging level...
... of specific classes within the Drillbit. I ask this because sometimes, a Drillbit needs to go through a warmup phase where the JVM optimizes the functions frequently in use. Changing the logging from...
... something like an INFO to a DEBUG level would then allow me to correctly capture specific log messages without having to lose all those optimizations due to a restart (for the DEBUG to take effect...
   Author: Kunal Khatua , 2017-08-25, 17:56
Apache Drill Queries Take so Long after which Webconsole dies and I don't see results - Drill - [mail # user]
...Hi Peter From the logs you shared, the Parquet-related messages are a warning and has nothing to do with the unresponsiveness and subsequent crash of the Drillbit.  The Zookeeper timeout...
... that Drillbit. Do you have GC logs of the Drillbit? You'll need to edit the conf/drill-env.sh file to start the Drillbit JVM with additional parameters:  -XX:+PrintGCDetails -XX:+PrintGCDateStamps...
... -verbose:gc -Xloggc:/var/log/drill/gc.log  The fact that your Drillbit's webconsole is unresponsive makes me believe that it most likely ran out of (heap) memory. The GC log would indicate...
... minutes after which it fails because one of the drillbits in the drillbit cluster crashes. I check the logs and I see several errors summarized as follows 20:35:18.006 [Curator-Framework-0] ERROR...
   Author: Kunal Khatua , 2018-08-01, 21:37
log flooded by "date values definitively CORRECT" - Drill - [mail # dev]
...:35 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: log flooded by "date values definitively CORRECT" Hi again,   I am running into an issue on a query done on 760 000 parquet files stored in HDFS. We...
... are using Drill 1.10, 8GB heap, 20GB direct mem. Drill runs with debug log enabled all the time. The query is standard select on  8 fields from hdfs.`/path` where this = that .... For about...
... by having too much files to query, chunking our select into smaller piece actually helped. Also suspect that the DEBUG logging is taxing the poor node a bit much. Do you think adding more memory...
   Author: Kunal Khatua , 2017-10-17, 18:43
Drill error - Drill - [mail # user]
..., Nitin Pawar >> > wrote: >> > >> > > Hi Vitalii, >> > > >> > > Thanks for the description. >> > > I will try to get the log for this but as this is happening in >> production >> > > and drill log...
... gets overwritten in our case very fast. >> > > >> > > Also I will get the query for the same while getting the log >> > > >> > > I will get the details and update the thread...
..., please describe your case. What kind of query >> > did >> > >> you perform, any UDF's, which data source? >> > >> Also logs can help. >> > >> >> > >> Thanks. >> > >> >> > >> Kind regards...
   Author: Kunal Khatua , 2018-06-28, 17:14
CTAS AccessControlException - Drill - [mail # user]
.../2018_06_29 total 9 drwxrwxr-x 2 1 Jun 28 12:05 00 drwxrwxr-x 2 1 Jun 28 13:05 01 Error Logs : SYSTEM ERROR: AccessControlException: User (user id 829131620) does not have access to /path...
   Author: Kunal Khatua , 2018-06-30, 07:17
[DISCUSS] 1.14.0 release - Drill - [mail # dev]
...: Travis timing out ((Vitalii / Tim)) > >> > >> DRILL-6496: VectorUtil.showVectorAccessibleContent does not log vector > content ((Tim / Volodymyr)) > >> > >> DRILL-6410: Memory Leak in Parquet...
   Author: Kunal Khatua , 2018-07-10, 21:09
[expand - 1 more] - Test cases for Drill-6104: Added Logfile Reader - Drill - [mail # dev]
...I think I'm jumping the gun, because I haven’t yet tried out your PR. But to explain why I mentioned LogStash is because the primary challenge (IMO) of creating a log file reader...
... is that the format can be wildly different and there is no standard format. So, what is needed is a good mechanism to consume the logs with the right Regex feature. LogStash comes with a Grok parser...
... that does (IMHO) a fantastic job of parsing & tokenizing the logs. The logback XML that I have for drill defines this format:           %date{ISO8601} %property{HOSTNAME} [%thread] %-5level...
...] %-5level %logger{36} - %msg%n           Notice how all three patterns are different. A quick glance of the PR hints towards a fairly limited scope of log files that can be processed (though I...
... could be wrong).   A good way to test the log reader should be to simply look at the web UI's http://:8047/logs link and pick out those logs for processing/parsing. I did stitch up something...
   Author: Kunal Khatua , 2018-02-07, 21:28
[expand - 3 more] - Fwd: Creating a Tableau extracts with Drill 1.12 uses unlimited memory - Drill - [mail # user]
...Hi Francis Looks like the logs didn’t get attached. As for the physical plan, ignore the “memory = 0.0” ; because it is a physical plan and not the actual executed query’s profile. What...
....  The Drillbit logs (drillbit.out, drillbit.log, etc) Thanks Kunal From: Francis McGregor-Macdonald [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2018 2:49 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject...
... at 10:37 PM, Francis McGregor-Macdonald > wrote: And with logs as attachments. On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 9:40 PM, Francis McGregor-Macdonald > wrote: Thanks Paul and Kunal, I think I have...
... the right information now. With Paul's changes (and fixing up a zoo.cfg error) it isn't crashing, rather failing. Logs attached, still blowing past memory limits. It does the same thing when re...
... > wrote: Thanks Paul, I will update with your suggested memory allocations also and retry. Zookeeper crashed too which might explain more? I have attached the logs from Zookeeper too. Thanks...
   Author: Kunal Khatua , 2018-01-29, 02:18