|| at Dec 28, 2012 at 2:23 am
Where is your odbc.ini located ? Is it in your home folder, or in /etc ?
If it's in your home folder, could you move it to /etc, or rename it to
.odbc.ini and let us know what happens.
Additionally, do you have any other DSN's configured, if yes, could you
let us know the locations of the .ini files and their contents ?
On Thu, Dec 27, 2012 at 5:58 PM, lamb gong wrote:
That's my confuse too!
When I run "isql IMPALA-SERVER", it will connect to localhost:10000(hive
It seems that the option "Host" and "Port" don't work.
By the way, my libhiveodbc.so.1 is downloaded by this instructions(https://ccp.**cloud**era.com/display/**IMPALA10BETADO**C/Configuring+**
在 2012年12月28日星期五UTC+8上午12时20分09秒，Jonathan Seidman写道：
Impala uses the same ODBC driver that's used for Hive, so you do have the
correct library. I'm a little confused, since you say you just have a
HiveServer DSN configured, but what you include here looks like a valid
Impala DSN. What happens when you run "isql IMPALA-SERVER"?
On Wed, Dec 26, 2012 at 8:44 PM, lamb gong wrote:
my odbc.ini as follows:
[ODBC Data Sources]
IMPALA-SERVER=Hive ODBC Driver
Description=Hive ODBC Driver
I just have a dsn set up fo hiveserver, because i only hava a
Any suggestion about Impala DSN set up? Do i need something like
在 2012年12月27日星期四UTC+**8上午12时17分17秒，Jonathan Seidman写道：
Based on this it sounds like you have a DSN set up for HiveServer, but
do you also have an Impala DSN set up? Can you provide your odbc.ini?
On Tue, Dec 25, 2012 at 2:13 AM, lamb gong wrote:
I am trying to configure impala to work with odbc following this
After all this configuration, i can use isql tool to connect to
hive server(localhost:10000) correctly.
1. my goal is to connect to impalad not hive.
2. the host and port options in odbc.ini file seems dons't work,
because whatever value it is set, it connect to localhost:10000.
Thanks in advance.