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Not able to view the cluster in cloudera director console (i.e. dashboard) if launch via CLI

Not able to view the cluster in cloudera director console (i.e. dashboard) if launch via 

cloudera-director bootstrap <conf.filename>

 

Is there any setting needs to be done in CD conf file?

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Re: Not able to view the cluster in cloudera director console (i.e. dashboard) if launch via CLI

SenthilGM,

 

The CLI serves two purposes. It can be used as a standalone client to create clusters or it can be used to sends commands to a remote server. Note that the remote server may be running on the same instance as the CLI.

 

Please refer to the documentation for a description of local and remote commands.

http://www.cloudera.com/documentation/director/latest/topics/director_cli_commands.html

 

Since the cluster was created in standalone mode, you can get the status of the cluster using the status command. E.g., 

    cloudera-director status <conf.filename>

 

If you want to create the cluster on a remote server you can use the bootstrap-remote command instead of bootstrap. Please refer to the documentation on how to submit a conf file to the server.

http://www.cloudera.com/documentation/director/latest/topics/director_server_submit.html

 

E.g., assuming the server is running locally with the default username and password, the command would be  

    cloudera-director bootstrap-remote <conf.filename> --lp.remote.username=admin --lp.remote.password=admin --lp.remote.hostAndPort=localhost:7189