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Explorer
Posts: 17
Registered: ‎11-22-2017

installing kudu using cloudera director

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Hi

I am planning to install kudu via cloudera director on my cluster. I am wondering what parcels should I include. I saw examples in which pracels of kudu, impala kudu and record service were included in parcel repositiry in order to include kudu. I would appriciagte if you let me know what types of parcel should be added to the parcel repositry in config file of cloudera director. Additionally, should I define roles for kudu for master or worker nodes?

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Armen

Cloudera Employee
Posts: 53
Registered: ‎02-18-2014

Re: installing kudu using cloudera director

Hi Armen1365,

 

Did you try the procedure documented here?

 

https://www.cloudera.com/documentation/director/latest/topics/director_using_kudu.html

Explorer
Posts: 17
Registered: ‎11-22-2017

Re: installing kudu using cloudera director

HI 

Thanks for that.

I just check this. I have one more question. For the kudu dta path, If I put default as follow, does cloudera director will make those directory by default or I need to do any of manual setup?

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configs {
KUDU {
KUDU_MASTER {
# The master rarely performs IO. If fs_data_dirs is unset, it will
# use the same directory as fs_wal_dir
fs_wal_dir: "/data0/kudu/masterwal"
fs_data_dirs: "/data1/kudu/master"
}
}
}

configs {
KUDU {
KUDU_TSERVER {
# Set fs_wal_dir to an SSD drive (if exists) for better performance.
# Set fs_data_dirs to a comma-separated string containing all remaining
# disk drives, solid state or otherwise.
# If there are multiple drives in the machine, it's best to ensure that
# the WAL directory is not located on the same disk as a tserver data
# directory.
fs_wal_dir: "/data0/kudu/tabletwal"
fs_data_dirs: "/data1/kudu/tablet"
}
}
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Cloudera Employee
Posts: 24
Registered: ‎08-24-2015

Re: installing kudu using cloudera director

From reading the Cloudera Manager docs, it looks like these directories will be automatically created.

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