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Good night people

Is there an easier way to install the hadoop ecosystem using the cloudera solution? , I am trying to install version 6.3 for a proof of concept, but I am having difficulty, I remember that before I had a VM that made installation a lot easier, but no longer, could someone help me?

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Re: Installation cloudera on local machine

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Hi @EltonMesquit 

 

Previously, there was a so-called Quickstart VM installation that collected the bits for CDH 5.13 on a self-contained virtual machine, but now it is not available despite what you might think when you see various hyperlinks on the Cloudera website labeled "QuickStart VMs". To the best of my knowledge there was never a CDH 6.3.x-version of the Quickstart VM generally available to the public.

 

If you'd like to try installing CDH 6.3.x in a non-production environment for proof-of-concept purposes, you can find the instructions on the Cloudera docs site, but be sure to choose CDH 6.3.2 or earlier if your company does not have a current Cloudera support subscription (the repository is in a different place for versions 6.3.3 and later).

 

The up-to-date product is Cloudera Data Platform, and you can download a trial version of CDP to install on-premises here.

 

If, for whatever reason, you must have a VM-based installation of Hadoop, I strongly recommend you migrate to the HDP Sandbox, but that will not have the same version of each of the Hadoop ecosystem components as the now unavailable CDH Quickstart VM. Most of them will be more recent in the Sandbox.

 

 

Bill Brooks, Community Manager
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Re: Installation cloudera on local machine

Community Manager

Hi @EltonMesquit 

 

Previously, there was a so-called Quickstart VM installation that collected the bits for CDH 5.13 on a self-contained virtual machine, but now it is not available despite what you might think when you see various hyperlinks on the Cloudera website labeled "QuickStart VMs". To the best of my knowledge there was never a CDH 6.3.x-version of the Quickstart VM generally available to the public.

 

If you'd like to try installing CDH 6.3.x in a non-production environment for proof-of-concept purposes, you can find the instructions on the Cloudera docs site, but be sure to choose CDH 6.3.2 or earlier if your company does not have a current Cloudera support subscription (the repository is in a different place for versions 6.3.3 and later).

 

The up-to-date product is Cloudera Data Platform, and you can download a trial version of CDP to install on-premises here.

 

If, for whatever reason, you must have a VM-based installation of Hadoop, I strongly recommend you migrate to the HDP Sandbox, but that will not have the same version of each of the Hadoop ecosystem components as the now unavailable CDH Quickstart VM. Most of them will be more recent in the Sandbox.

 

 

Bill Brooks, Community Manager
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