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Tasktracker fails to resolve own ipaddress?

Question asked by andrew_wells on Jul 20, 2011
Latest reply on Jul 21, 2011 by srivas
I have successfully brought up a 2 node cluster so far, but I am now running into this issue with the tasktracker. I believe the error causing this was found in the log: <tt>/opt/mapr/logs/maprcli-root-0.log</tt>
Header: hostName:, Time Zone: Eastern Standard Time, processName: MapRCLI, processId: 357
2011-07-21 10:37:33,017 INFO  com.mapr.cliframework.driver.CLIMainDriver [main]: [volume, create, -name,, -localvolumehost,, -localvolumeport, 5660, -shufflevolume, true, -rereplicationtimeoutsec, 300, -replication, 1]
2011-07-21 10:37:33,069 ERROR com.mapr.cli.VolumeCommands volumeCreate [main]: Volume create: Unable to determine ipaddress of host during volume create of
2011-07-21 10:37:33,071 INFO  com.mapr.cliframework.driver.CLIMainDriver [main]: ERROR (22) -  Unable to determine ipaddress of while creating volume

Any hints on what this means? And it is just the tasktracker service that is affected, it attaches to the cldb fine, and provides disk space to the HDFS(maprfs).