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So you are saying - we can run the Hiveserver1 manually even from 4.6.1 CM
version. Will it show in the Cloudera manager?

Also - is there a link for documentation regarding install/run of the
Hiveserver1 manually?

On Wednesday, November 20, 2013 4:33:11 PM UTC-8, Darren Lo wrote:

Hi Narayan,

Cloudera Manager does not support HiveServer1. If you'd like to run it,
you'll need to do so manually. As you already found, CM supports
HiveServer2 instead of HiveServer1. This is because HiveServer1 is
deprecated and has architectural problems with things like concurrency.

Thanks,
Darren


On Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 3:45 PM, Narayan chalasani <chalas...@gmail.com<javascript:>
wrote:
Currently my hive is running with hiveserver2. But one of our 3rd party
software would like to have hiveserver1 to interact with Hive.

I tried to add hive as a new service. But when adding the hive service,
it doesn't give me option for HiveServer1.

Is there anyway to install HiveServer1 through CM 4.6.1?

If 4.6.1 doesn't have Hiveserver1, which version of CM has HiveServer1.

Regards,
Narayan

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