Based n your recent screenshot looks like the boot operation is completed successfully (Even though you do not see the welcome message of Sandbox in the mentioned screenshot).
I guess you should be able to access the ambari UI as well as the SSH session to the sandbox without any issue.
So can you please try this:
1. Try to Login to Sandbox using SSH on port 2222 as following:
# ssh firstname.lastname@example.org -p 2222 Enter Password: hadoop
2. You can also try accessing the web terminal: http://localhost:4200
3. Also please try accessing ambari UI to see if it works. http://localhost:8080
I can login to the sandbox using SSH on port 2222 but I can’t login into Ambari any longer using http://127.0.0.1:8888/.
I can login into Ambari using http://127.0.0.1:8080 but nothing is running as shown in the attached screenshot
Please click on the "Actions" --> "Start All" services from the left panel of the Ambari UI.
It should make all the required components to start. If your VM has less RAM allocated to it then better to start only the selective services that you want to use, that way you can make use of the available resources properly.
hortonworkssandboxamabriview.pdfThe services failed to Start as shown in the attached screen shot. When I go to the Hive view, I see the message: Service 'userhome' check failed: sandbox.hortonworks.com:50070: Connection refused (Connection refused)
The Service'userhome' check signals hive has no home in /user. Do the following grab a ticket if your cluster is kerberiised
# su - hdfs
$ hdfs dfs -ls /user
If you don't see the hive and ambari-qa directories then create them
$ hdfs dfs -mkdir /user/hive $ hdfsdfs -chown hive:hdfs /user/hive
$ hdfs dfs -mkdir /user/ambari-qa $ hdfsdfs -chown ambari-qa:hdfs /user/ambari-qa
Your hive view should succeed