That is now how you restart the mount point on uaf.

The restart is to unmount and then remount hadoop. The command used is in /etc/rc.local.

What you are trying to do there is start hadoop as a data node and it fails because the UAF machine is not configured to accept that.

On nodes where you can mount hadoop with a script (ie the worker nodes) the mount is done by /etc/init.d/mount-hdfs.

I got it back by first trying a lazy unmount is unmount and unmount -f did not work...

umount -l /hadoop

Then I remounted the FS from the /etc/rc.local directory

/usr/bin/hdfs -o,port=9000,rdbuffer=131072,allow_other /hadoop/

I can see the mount again now.


-- FkW - 2012/04/13

Topic revision: r1 - 2012/04/13 - 22:47:10 - FkW
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