[Moderator's note: The following question was originally posted to this thread which was marked 'solved' 08-21-2013.]
Can you please elaborate on "Hostname shoud be tied to an actual IP address"?
"Use "ifconfig -a" to see a listing of your network interfaces and choose one that has an actual IP address. "
How do I find actual IP address of my hostname?
@Shriniwas It isn't clear what the context of your question is, as you posted it to a very old thread that had many intervening replies. Are you attempting to install Cloudrea Manager or are you just asking how to use the
@ask_bill_brooks Yes!. I am trying to install Cloudera manager on my CentOS 7 machine. But I am facing some problems while installing. As I installed cloudera manager on my machine and got stuck at cluster installation step.
After many attempts on cluster installation step, some how I managed downloading CDH repository on localhost but now while distributing the packages I am getting "Host is in bad health" error.
I am not sure if I am going right way or not, but I think there is something wrong with my localhost iptables or may be firewall issue.
"My ultimate aim is to install Cloudera manager the latest version on my CentOS 7 machine as a single node cluster, so I can use Hadoop, hive and Impala and other software's for learning purpose."
Please refer our installation guide  and review the steps performed so far.
I would suggest to review the steps under document  to ensure the environment is correctly setup before installation.