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Hive JDBC queries timeouts and status

 
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Hello all,
I am running a Hadoop cluster with Hive and wonder if there is any way of getting the status of a query and setting a default timeout.
Since I am running the JDBC Hive calls from an outside node that has not Hadoop installed I cannot get status of a job the regular way.
I have made investigations but have not found anything yet that could solve this. (Maybe there isn't any way)

There is a method in the API called setQueryTimeout but if you run a query it will throw an exception like:


I suspect that since the calls are waiting for a ResultSet they have to be blocking and syncronous.
Is there a way to get info about status of a Hive Query?
I am using Hive 0.13.

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