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Issues accessing Cloudera in the AWS Cloud Cluster

Issues accessing Cloudera in the AWS Cloud Cluster

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Hi everyone,

 

my name is Mikael and I am trying for the first time to access the Cloudera AWS services using a Mac running OS High Sierra.

 

Following the instructions I have been given,  these are the steps I am taking:

 

Step 1.

 

chmod 400 private_key_name.pem 

 

Step 2.

nohup ssh -i "private_key_name.pem" -CND 8157 ec2-user@ec2-34-209-118-111.us-west-2.compute.amazonaws.com &

 

(please note the alternative setsid ssh command doesn't seem to work on Mac)

 

Step 3.

"/Applications/Google Chrome.app/Contents/MacOS/Google Chrome" \ --user-data-dir="$HOME/chrome-with-proxy" \ --proxy-server="socks5://localhost:8157"

 

The message received on my terminal reads as follows:

 

***Owner supplied to -[NSTrackingArea initWithRech:options:owner:userinfo:] referenced a deallocating object: Tracking area behavior is undefined. Break on NSTrackingAreaDeallocatingOwnerError to debug.

 

At the end of the above command, google chrome opens up and I input one of the the following web command: http://10.0.1.195:7180/, http://10.0.1.195:7180/ or http://10.0.2.184:7189/ 

 

Unfortunately the page times out on all three.

 

Does anyone have a solution for my issues? That would be very appreciated.

 

Mikael

 

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