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Find hbase-site.xml

New Contributor

Hi,

I am new to hadoop. I am configuring an application with hadoop and the application installation document states that I should copy hbase-site.xml from /etc/hbase/conf and place in one of the directories in the application server. However, I cannot see /etc/hbase/conf directory in the sandbox.
I searched for hbase-site.xml file through putty but I can see many different versions of the file. Can you please help me in finding the right location of the file?

The Sandbox details are:

Platform: hdp-security

Build Date: 06-18-2018

Ambari Version: 2.6.2.0-155

Hadoop Version: 2.7.3.2.6.5.0-292

OS: CentOS Linux Release 7.5.1804 (Core)

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Re: Find hbase-site.xml

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@Fawad Shah

You will need to make sure that you have logged in to the Sandbox Terminal using SSH port 2222 ( not on port 22) as the Sandbox is a dockerized container inside the VM.

So pelase try any of the following approach:

1. Do SSH login to Sandbox on port 2222 then check the mentioned file.

# ssh root@127.0.0.1 -p 2222
Enter Password: hadoop

2. The alternate option will be to use the Web Terminal using Web Browser:

http://127.0.0.1:4200
Enter Password: hadoop

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Re: Find hbase-site.xml

Cloudera Employee

Hi @Fawad Shah

could you please share with me the URL you downloaded the sandbox?

Samir

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Re: Find hbase-site.xml

Super Mentor

@Fawad Shah

You will need to make sure that you have logged in to the Sandbox Terminal using SSH port 2222 ( not on port 22) as the Sandbox is a dockerized container inside the VM.

So pelase try any of the following approach:

1. Do SSH login to Sandbox on port 2222 then check the mentioned file.

# ssh root@127.0.0.1 -p 2222
Enter Password: hadoop

2. The alternate option will be to use the Web Terminal using Web Browser:

http://127.0.0.1:4200
Enter Password: hadoop

.

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Re: Find hbase-site.xml

New Contributor

Thanks a lot. It worked. I didnt know the difference.

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Re: Find hbase-site.xml

Explorer

Hi @Fawad Shah, can you please share what tutorial you were working on that required for you to find hbase-site.xml file?

Thanks!

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Re: Find hbase-site.xml

New Contributor

Hi @Samir Caica

I downloaded the sandbox from https://hortonworks.com/downloads/

@acastro,

I was trying to install a custom application. I was not following a tutorial.

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