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MapR service ticket expiring one day before date expiry date?

Question asked by arp4504 on Jan 11, 2018
Latest reply on Jan 16, 2018 by keysbotzum

Hi, 

 

We had created a service ticket(by first creating mapr user ticket) on MapR cluster nodes  using the following link as reference : Tickets and Certificates - MapR 5.0 Documentation - doc.mapr.com . We had provided the duration of the service ticket in seconds. maprlogin generateticket -user mapr -type service -out /tmp/longlived_ticket -duration <duration in seconds>.  The mapr print ticket command for this yielded the following output:

xxxx.xxxx.xxxx: user = xxx, created = 'Thu Dec 14 21:08:18 PST 2017', expires = 'Sat Jan 13 21:08:18 PST 2018', RenewalTill = 'Wed Mar 14 22:08:18 PDT 2018', uid = nnn, gids = nnn, CanImpersonate = false

However, we are seeing that when we use this ticket, simple cluster hadoop calls are failing right now, but the same ticket was working 2 days back. Is the service ticket expiration date approximate in nature, and the ticket has actually expired?

 

NOTE: we have ensured that MAPR_TICKETFILE_LOCATION is exported correctly and that ticket is present at that path.

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