I was able to successfully open Quickstart VM and after setting memory as 8 GB it helped start Cloudera Manager (using the Cloudera Express link on Desktop)
But even after setting the VM to use entire 8 GB of the total available RAM and 2 virtual CPU's , Cloudera Manager starts up but gives following issues :
1. Hosts turns RED with Clock offset issue
2. sometimes , Service monitor doesnt start up
3. Host Monitor doesnt start up.
Even when I tried restarting the Service Monitor, Host Monitor or Cluster it starts putting many other components into RED status.
My Laptop's memory is 8GB . Is this happening because the total available memory on the laptop should be greater than 8 GB so that some memory capacity is available for other laptop functions. I was thinking of buying additional 8 GB to expand my laptop RAM to 16 GB based on this logic but wanted to double check whether ths is a known issue due to RAM.
Please let me know if RAM upgrade from 8 GB to 16 GB will help this or can there be a different cause ?
I did infact ignore the warning but then the next time it started giving error on Service Monitor couldnt start.
All the graphs , and status are not dispalyed when this happens.
Is this also something that can be ignored and we can continue with tutorials. I was keen to use Cloudera Manager too , hence this bottleneck of issues that keep popping up make me feel whether there is something that needs to be corrected before i proceed with any of the tutorials.
Also, do we need overall memory on laptop to be greater than 8 GB if , Cloudera manager required 8 GB to be set on VMware.
Is this something that might be causing the issues with Service monitor etc.