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Installation of CDH and add-ons like Hive, Impala, Spark, etc. without the Internet on 6 machines.

Installation of CDH and add-ons like Hive, Impala, Spark, etc. without the Internet on 6 machines.

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There are two mechanisms to install Cloudera on 6 Node cluster. One, using yum repository + command line another creating local repository of Cloudera Manager Packages / Parcels + use Cloudera Manager. We have experience in yum repository creation + command line interface but lack on two things

1. How to give licensing key or where to give licensing key during command line installation ( this is not clear and we could not find a document for the same )

2. Once we are done the installation on 6 Node cluster how to use Cloudera Navigator (basically enable Monitoring Capabilities).


Another question is, how to set up Configuration Settings while installing with Cloudera Mngr

If we plan to use Cloudera Manager ( by creating a local repository of Cloudera Manager Packages / Parcels ) we need a very fine-tuned control to configuration setting especially JAVA XMS and XMM setting for CDH 5 Components like HIVE, SPARK, IMPALA. Please note that access to the configuration is readily available using command line interface.
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Re: Installation of CDH and add-ons like Hive, Impala, Spark, etc. without the Internet on 6 machine

Champion
I am not 100% on what you are trying to do. Are you trying to do a complete install of CM, CN, and CDH from the command line?

1. Not sure. Through CM is the only way that I know and may be the only way as most of the feature restrictions are in how CM operations.

2. CN is a seperate service. Either add it through the CM Add Service wizard or follow the instructions on a cmd line install (don't know if it actually has one).

https://www.cloudera.com/documentation/enterprise/5-3-x/topics/cn_iu_install_navigator.html

Do you mean configuration settings for CM or for the CDH services through CM?

The latter is the bread and butter of what CM does. Once you have it up and managing your cluster you can access all the service configurations (these should also be accessible through the CM api.

The former is not much. There is the CM configuration file that you can change to point to an external database.

I hope this helps.
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