Hi All, Unfortunately, other than CM API there is no feature in CM itself to compare the cluster configuration with other cluster managed by another CM instance. In another case if you want compare the configuration settings for a particular service between two different clusters managed by same CM instance, you can do as per the steps given in the documentation here . I suggest to go with CM CPI solution. You can use the CM API  to retrieve the full cluster configuration in JSON format including all hosts, clusters, services, roles, users, settings, etc. and use third party text compare tools like this  to compare them as text. It will highlight the difference in yellow. Another way is using diff command line. e.g. CM API example for getting full cluster configuration in browser in JSON format http://<your_cm_hostname>:7180/api/v12/cm/deployment Get the full cluster configuration using the API from both the CM servers and put them into the text comparator. I hope this will help. Regards, Salim  https://docs.cloudera.com/documentation/enterprise/5-13-x/topics/admin_compare_service_config_across_clusters.html#xd_583c10bfdbd326ba-7dae4aa6-147c30d0933--7c7c  https://cloudera.github.io/cm_api/apidocs/v12/path__cm_deployment.html  http://iblogbox.com/devtools/diff/
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Hi, I am following steps from the following link for RHadoop installation on cloudera https://ashokharnal.wordpress.com/2013/08/25/installing-r-rhadoop-and-rstudio-over-cloudera-hadoop-ecosystem/#comment-2441 Will it work for cloudera 1.6? Thanks.
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