[jira] [Commented] (APEXCORE-733) Add ability to use impersonated user's HDFS path for storing application resources

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[jira] [Commented] (APEXCORE-733) Add ability to use impersonated user's HDFS path for storing application resources

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Sanjay M Pujare commented on APEXCORE-733:
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[~PramodSSImmaneni] This is the proposed implementation. Pls confirm:

We will implement a new property called apex.dfsRootDirectory that will be used to determine the run-time "application path" of an Apex application. The new apex.dfsRootDirectory property will be used as follows:

- the Apex Client code will check if apex.dfsRootDirectory is defined; if not it will fall back to using dt.dfsRootDirectory as now. Let's call this value as Apex-root-dir in the below steps. Only when Apex-root-dir value is derived from apex.dfsRootDirectory the new logic kicks in (otherwise the existing logic stays).
- if Apex-root-dir value is an absolute path then it will scan for %USER_NAME% in that string and replace it with the user's name, otherwise it will use the absolute path as it is.
- if Apex-root-dir value is a relative path then it will be appended to the user's home directory.
- if Apex-root-dir is null (i.e. apex.dfsRootDirectory not defined) then the path will be derived by appending apex to the user's home directory (e.g. /user/testuser/apex).

In the above steps a "user" refers to either impersonating or impersonated user depending on the new option defined in this feature. The new option we will use is apex.application.path.impersonated . If true we will use the impersonated user to derive the application path else impersonating user.


> Add ability to use impersonated user's HDFS path for storing application resources
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>                 Key: APEXCORE-733
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/APEXCORE-733
>             Project: Apache Apex Core
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>            Reporter: Pramod Immaneni
>            Assignee: Sanjay M Pujare
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> When an application is launched using impersonation, the impersonating user's hdfs home folder is used to store application resources such as the jars needed to launch the application and post launch checkpoints, tuple recording etc.
> In some scenarios this is not desirable as the impersonated user needs to have access to the impersonating user's folders. We need the ability to be able to use the impersonated user's home folder in these cases.



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