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issue with cloudera vm

issue with cloudera vm

New Contributor

when i unzip the cloudera vm using 7 Zip i get a message "Unexpected end of data" and "data error" .Wha might be the problem??please help me out!

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Re: issue with cloudera vm

Master Collaborator
You may have a corrupt download. The .sha1 hashes are available on the
website so you can compare and check the integrity of the file, and we
recommend using a download manager, as they help deal with some of the
problems that lead to corrupt downloads.
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Re: issue with cloudera vm

New Contributor

i am having trouble with the vmdk file. so possibly a bad download, though I have no trouble unzipping it.

can you further explain how to check download file integrity?

Re: issue with cloudera vm

Master Collaborator

In the case you've referred to in your other post, I think the more likely
explanation is that the VMware image is not a format that's interchangeable
with other VMware products. If you can unzip the file, it's unlikely a
corrupted archive, IMHO.

However I'm referring to computing the SHA-1 hash of the .zip file and
comparing it to what we publish. I just noticed that the hashes appear to
be missing from the download page now (which I'll try get fixed ASAP), so
I'm posting the hashes for the currently available VMs here:

0ed481af00981233066acc3f32dc9df25fd592a5 cloudera-quickstart-vm-5.4.0-0-kvm.zip
d56395bcaf04f13aacc3eaddc758b3c5668c53f2 cloudera-quickstart-vm-5.4.0-0-virtualbox.zip
8c96f3be31432f7d9dd414cd75c70e8a0c6ef728 cloudera-quickstart-vm-5.4.0-0-vmware.zip
ff22866bb16091d1d7169e94707fdc3717535c60 cloudera-quickstart-vm-5.5.0-0-kvm.zip
4f5a5f9719f5932bc94a15b77662455917d826d1 cloudera-quickstart-vm-5.5.0-0-virtualbox.zip
22161082863b71c24541619d8e16e5ba2f8d97a8 cloudera-quickstart-vm-5.5.0-0-vmware.zip



On Linux or Mac, you can compute the hash with 'sha1sum ' and it
will output the hash and filename as above. I haven't done it on Windows,
but my best guess is this procedure:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/889768.