Do we have mysql database active and accessible on biodata-labs to practice sqoop? If yes, how can we connect it?
Yes mysql is configured. Please watch this video for more details
Mysql host: nn01.itversity.com
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while using sqoop its showing error like accumulo imports will fail.
Could you please upload screenshot? So that we can understand the issue better please?
I think we may have to set the accumulo ( $ACCUMULO_HOME to the root of your Accumulo installation ) to root dir. Since it is not set it is failing i believe.
@itversity Durga sir please look into this. Thanks!
Database name is incorrect in your query. It should be retail_db
however, it is a warning. To make the warnings go away we need to install ACCUMULO.
@itversity : Here is the resolution. Might help. Thank you.
mohit have u seen the screenshot?
We don’t have to do with Accumulo…
On the basis of your screenshot only, I have modified and fired the query.
Do you want to convey something else. Then let me know !!!
its also showing access denied. I think we should have permissions from root to access mysql through sqoop.
It is trying to connect the DB which doesn’t exists ( retail_bd) . Could you please use the correct DB name ( retail_db ) and try please? I think it should work fine. Please let us know if you still run into any issues.
@subhash29 there is typo in connect string. You had retail_bd instead of retail_db
Not sure why you type bd
you don’t require the root user.
see this one …
yeah it went well now
thank you mohit
I don’t think this will be causing any problem for your sqoop execution. So you can ignore it for now.
Since the host name is changed now, I am getting error as below.
What is the password for user =root.
I want to run below quarry