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Cloudera Installation on Red Hat Enterprise 6.4

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Cloudera Installation on Red Hat Enterprise 6.4

New Contributor

Do you need a valid subscription of Red Hat for Cloudera Manager installation? If not, how can I go about to install it? I created a local yum repository based on the Red Hat DVD, but when I try to install Cloudera Manager, it just hang and does not proceed.

 

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Re: Cloudera Installation on Red Hat Enterprise 6.4

Super Collaborator

Yes,

 

There are dependancies, add your second DVD to the repo, as there are older releases of the cyrus-sasl libs that are pulled in by the 1.6.0_31 JDK that are on DVD2.

 

Not having RHEL repo and patch access is not reccomended for production environments however.

 

Todd

Re: Cloudera Installation on Red Hat Enterprise 6.4

New Contributor

Hi Todd,

 

Thanks. I created a repo file and point it to rhel local repository. I managed to setup 3 servers using local yum repository. I am using Cloudera Manager 4.6.3 and created local repository for Cloudera also. 

 

Currently, I managed to setup one master and 2 slaves for the Cloudera Hadoop.

 

Regards.

Mohammad Rafi

 

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Re: Cloudera Installation on Red Hat Enterprise 6.4

Super Collaborator

Yes,

 

There are dependancies, add your second DVD to the repo, as there are older releases of the cyrus-sasl libs that are pulled in by the 1.6.0_31 JDK that are on DVD2.

 

Not having RHEL repo and patch access is not reccomended for production environments however.

 

Todd

Re: Cloudera Installation on Red Hat Enterprise 6.4

New Contributor

Hi Todd,

 

Thanks. I created a repo file and point it to rhel local repository. I managed to setup 3 servers using local yum repository. I am using Cloudera Manager 4.6.3 and created local repository for Cloudera also. 

 

Currently, I managed to setup one master and 2 slaves for the Cloudera Hadoop.

 

Regards.

Mohammad Rafi