If you are talking about the users like "maria_dev","raj_ops" etc then those users can be found on HDP Sandbox they are already created and available.
You can get more detail about those users and their credentials here: https://hortonworks.com/tutorial/learning-the-ropes-of-the-hortonworks-sandbox/
Please install HDP Sandbox and you can find these users. Also check the Ambari UI
Ambari UI --> Admin(drop down top right corner) --> Manage Ambari --> Users
Using terminal : (SSH port 2222 must be used) Or use web terminal http://localhost:4200
# ssh email@example.com -p 2222 Enter Password: hadoop [raj_ops@sandbox ~]$ id uid=1024(raj_ops) gid=1024(raj_ops) groups=1024(raj_ops) [raj_ops@sandbox ~]$ exit logout [root@sandbox ~]# su - maria_dev [maria_dev@sandbox ~]$ id uid=1023(maria_dev) gid=1023(maria_dev) groups=1023(maria_dev)
@Jay Kumar SenSharma...I have the standard download HDP_2.6.5_vmware_180622 installed and none of these users are within this vmware image.
sandbox-hdf login: root firstname.lastname@example.org's password: Last login: Wed Aug 29 18:40:32 2018 [root@sandbox-hdf ~]# su marie_dev su: user marie_dev does not exist [root@sandbox-hdf ~]# su - raj_ops su: user raj_ops does not exist [root@sandbox-hdf ~]#
Also, not sure how to close the other posting?
You seems to have downloaded HDF Sandbox (instead of HDP Sandbox) please check the hostname of your sandbox it shows HDF.
Based on your output.
sandbox-hdf login: root email@example.com's password:
The HDF sandbox is slightly different and the learning ropes for HDF sandbox is available here: https://hortonworks.com/tutorial/getting-started-with-hdf-sandbox/
@Jay Kumar SenSharma - Here is the vmware image I downloaded....
I am concerned that it is packaged incorrectly....
Here is the screen shot and I am selecting the vmware image!