|| at Sep 19, 2013 at 3:17 pm
By default, CM configures Hive for sharing. If you want to have proper
fine-grained security, you can upgrade to CM4.7 and CDH4.4 and use Sentry.http://www.cloudera.com/content/cloudera/en/campaign/introducing-sentry.html
If upgrade is a problem, you can modify your HDFS permissions for your
tables to only allow the users you want to be able to modify hive
databases, tables, and files. This is far less flexible than what Sentry
offers. Depending on how you want want your permissions to work, you may
also want to turn off Hive Warehouse Subdirectories Inherit Permissions in
CM. It's a lousy way to do permissions, but it's what the community has
been doing for years before Sentry came out.
On Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 12:41 AM, wrote:
Hi Team ,
I have installed following version of hive using cloudera manager 4.5
The problem is that user can able to view & drop tables which has created
by other user
How to protect tables & databases between users to view & delete .
Is there a way to resolve this issue through hive configuration . please
Thanks & Regards,
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