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Not able to view the cluster in cloudera director console (i.e. dashboard) if launch via CLI

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Not able to view the cluster in cloudera director console (i.e. dashboard) if launch via CLI

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Not able to view the cluster in cloudera director console (i.e. dashboard) if launch via 

cloudera-director bootstrap <conf.filename>

 

Is there any setting needs to be done in CD conf file?

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Re: Not able to view the cluster in cloudera director console (i.e. dashboard) if launch via CLI

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SenthilGM,

 

The CLI serves two purposes. It can be used as a standalone client to create clusters or it can be used to sends commands to a remote server. Note that the remote server may be running on the same instance as the CLI.

 

Please refer to the documentation for a description of local and remote commands.

http://www.cloudera.com/documentation/director/latest/topics/director_cli_commands.html

 

Since the cluster was created in standalone mode, you can get the status of the cluster using the status command. E.g., 

    cloudera-director status <conf.filename>

 

If you want to create the cluster on a remote server you can use the bootstrap-remote command instead of bootstrap. Please refer to the documentation on how to submit a conf file to the server.

http://www.cloudera.com/documentation/director/latest/topics/director_server_submit.html

 

E.g., assuming the server is running locally with the default username and password, the command would be  

    cloudera-director bootstrap-remote <conf.filename> --lp.remote.username=admin --lp.remote.password=admin --lp.remote.hostAndPort=localhost:7189

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Re: Not able to view the cluster in cloudera director console (i.e. dashboard) if launch via CLI

Expert Contributor

SenthilGM,

 

The CLI serves two purposes. It can be used as a standalone client to create clusters or it can be used to sends commands to a remote server. Note that the remote server may be running on the same instance as the CLI.

 

Please refer to the documentation for a description of local and remote commands.

http://www.cloudera.com/documentation/director/latest/topics/director_cli_commands.html

 

Since the cluster was created in standalone mode, you can get the status of the cluster using the status command. E.g., 

    cloudera-director status <conf.filename>

 

If you want to create the cluster on a remote server you can use the bootstrap-remote command instead of bootstrap. Please refer to the documentation on how to submit a conf file to the server.

http://www.cloudera.com/documentation/director/latest/topics/director_server_submit.html

 

E.g., assuming the server is running locally with the default username and password, the command would be  

    cloudera-director bootstrap-remote <conf.filename> --lp.remote.username=admin --lp.remote.password=admin --lp.remote.hostAndPort=localhost:7189