Hortonworks : Cluster Installation using Ambari 1.5.1 , CentOS 6.5– Episode#2

Platform : CentOS 6.5

Log into the machine that is to serve as the Ambari Server as root

Download the the Ambari repository file and copy it to your repos.d

Use Ambari 1.5.1

wget http://public-repo-1.hortonworks.com/ambari/centos6/1.x/updates/1.5.1/ambari.repo

cp ambari.repo /etc/yum.repos.d

Confirm the repository is configured by checking the repo list.
yum repolist

You should see the Ambari and HDP utilities repositories in the list

Set Up the Server

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To start the Ambari Server:

ambari-server start

To check the Ambari Server processes:

ps -ef | grep Ambari

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Next Step is to access the Ambari Install Wizard through your browser and start Installing, Configuring,
and Deploying the Cluster.

Stay tuned ..

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About shalishvj : My Experience with BigData

6+ years of experience using Bigdata technologies in Architect, Developer and Administrator roles for various clients. • Experience using Hortonworks, Cloudera, AWS distributions. • Cloudera Certified Developer for Hadoop. • Cloudera Certified Administrator for Hadoop. • Spark Certification from Big Data Spark Foundations. • SCJP, OCWCD. • Experience in setting up Hadoop clusters in PROD, DR, UAT , DEV environments.
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One Response to Hortonworks : Cluster Installation using Ambari 1.5.1 , CentOS 6.5– Episode#2

  1. milena says:

    thank you !..I need this information…but where is “yum install ambari-server “

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