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"Add a service" tab missing from cloudera manager 5.4.3 free version

"Add a service" tab missing from cloudera manager 5.4.3 free version

Explorer

I have created a basic hadoop cluster using cloudera manager(5.4.3 free version). Now i want to add other services. From the cloudera documentation i found out that this can be done through the "Add a service" button beside the clusters tab. But the tab is missing from my CM console. I can only see the installed services. Please help.

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Re: "Add a service" tab missing from cloudera manager 5.4.3 free version

On the Home page, click the downward arrow to the right of the cluster name
and select "Add a service". A list of service types display. You can add
one type of service at a time.

Regards,
Gautam Gopalakrishnan

Re: "Add a service" tab missing from cloudera manager 5.4.3 free version

Explorer

Hi Gautam,

I am looking in the same place only. Please check the attached screenshot. Let me know if i am doing anything wrong.

 

Add_service_issue.jpg

Re: "Add a service" tab missing from cloudera manager 5.4.3 free version

Use the dropdown to the right of "Cluster 1 (CDH 5.4.3 Parcels)

Re: "Add a service" tab missing from cloudera manager 5.4.3 free version

Explorer

Ok, got it. I have done it from the drop down button right of the action button after i got into the cluster1 home page.

Not sure if you were asking me for this.

 

Add_a_service.jpg

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Re: "Add a service" tab missing from cloudera manager 5.4.3 free version

That works too. You're on the Cluster page as opposed to the Home page, so the layout is slightly different.

If you're on the home page (which shows all clusters and the management service), then the dropdown with cluster actions appears just above the Status table, and is just a downward arrow (doesn't have the word "Actions").

Thanks,
Darren