Skip to main content

[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index] [List Home]
Re: [geowave-dev] Geowave and Hbase

The build args should be particular to the versions on your cluster (those are for having travis-ci run automated tests on a particular version of cloudera).  If you don't override with your own versions, it will use HBase 1.2.3 with Hadoop 2.7.3, and GeoServer/GeoTools 2.10.0/16.0.
At the root level of the project this will build a single jar that you can drop into geoserver:
'mvn package -am -pl deploy -P geotools-container-singlejar'

This will build a jar that gives you all of geowave's commandline tools:
'mvn package -am -pl deploy -P geowave-tools-singlejar'

And if you choose to use HBase custom filters and coprocessors (ie. server-side processing, it will be faster), this is how you build a jar you can put on HBase's classpath.  We'll have an rpm that finds HBase's home directory on HDFS and puts it in a lib directory.
'mvn package -am -pl deploy -P hbase-container-singlejar'

We'll also have a HBase centric quick-start guide so it'll be pretty easy to walk through a basic use case.  We'll be shooting to release by the end of this week.


On Mon, Dec 5, 2016 at 2:15 PM, Carl M <soloninguno@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Thank you very much Rich.

Great to know that Hbase support is almost ready. Do you have an estimated time for the 0.9.3 release?

In the meantime maybe i could play with it and build it myself, could you tell me the right BUILD_ARGS i need to use? I think I found one line in travis.yml in repo code, but I'm not sure if they are ok as they have a reference to accumulo

"ACCUMULO_VERSION='1.6.0-cdh5.1.4' ACCUMULO_API='1.6' HBASE_VERSION='1.2.0-cdh5.7.1' HADOOP_VERSION='2.6.0-cdh5.4.0' GEOTOOLS_VERSION='16.0' GEOSERVER_VERSION='2.10.0' PLATFORM_VERSION='cloudera' BUILD_DOCS=false"

As I understand, after building the client I would only need to change the guava version in geoserver, is that right?

Best regards,

De: <> en nombre de Rich Fecher <rfecher@xxxxxxxxx>
Enviado: lunes, 05 de diciembre de 2016 03:40 p.m.
Para: geowave-dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Asunto: Re: [geowave-dev] Geowave and Hbase
Yes, we have been working hard to ensure *everything* is supported in HBase that is supported in Accumulo, to include the GeoServer plugin.  Our upcoming 0.9.3 release is the first release that will have full HBase support with comparable performance so one could reasonably choose between Accumulo and HBase based on your needs.  0.9.3 will officially be released very soon, currently we are in final stages of ensuring complete Google BigTable support in this release as well.  In the meantime, if you were to try to build the latest yourself, the most significant catch to having an HBase client within the same webapp as GeoServer is differing guava versions and in particular usage of conflicting Stopwatch calls between GeoServer and HBase's client (  We have applied this patch to remedy our distribution - so our packaged jars and rpms that we distribute will work seamlessly without worrying about this conflict.

But I'm bringing it to your attention ahead of time in case you decide to build it yourself.  Alternatively Guava 16.0 has proven to work with both HBase and GeoServer from our testing (GeoServer comes with Guava 17.0 however so you'd have to remove that and add guava 16.0 to work around the problem this way). 

On Mon, Dec 5, 2016 at 1:13 PM, Carl M <soloninguno@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi guys,

I see that geowave now supports Hbase as store. Does the geoserver plugin also works with Hbase, or it only works with Accumulo?

Thanks in advance,

geowave-dev mailing list
To change your delivery options, retrieve your password, or unsubscribe from this list, visit

geowave-dev mailing list
To change your delivery options, retrieve your password, or unsubscribe from this list, visit

Back to the top