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Get cloudera manager to detect slaves (agents) automatically

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Get cloudera manager to detect slaves (agents) automatically

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Hello community, 

 

I am new to cloudera services, but I managed to get it it working. 

 

In order to go further with my internship, I would like to automate this. 

 

Actually, I am running this on Openshift via docker basic centos images with cloudera services running. 

 

I just want to know if there is a way so the cloudera manager could detect (or notice) now hosts I created. 

If there is a way to configure the agent so it can appear directly on the list of host without having to add the IP adress every time ? 

 

I just want to know how to do it on a normal architecture then I will try to adapt this to my infra. 

 

if you have any ideas I would be more than grateful. thank you, 

 

thank you ! 

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Re: Get cloudera manager to detect slaves (agents) automatically

New Contributor

Found it, 

I had to modify the server_host on config.ini in /etc/cloudera-scm-agent/ and set it with the cloudera-manager IP. 

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Re: Get cloudera manager to detect slaves (agents) automatically

New Contributor

Found it, 

I had to modify the server_host on config.ini in /etc/cloudera-scm-agent/ and set it with the cloudera-manager IP.