In addition to the page linked to by @Vikas Gadade , EMC/Isilon has an InfoHub dedicated to Hadoop. Check this out, https://community.emc.com/docs/DOC-39529 . You'll find architectural and TCO documentation, installation and management information, and many other documents.
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Awesome! I was able to create the issue and verify the workaround you've posted. As an FYI to others, here are the detailed steps to resolve this issue: To use Ambari to manage (start/stop) the Zeppelin service, run the following commands on the node running Ambari server. For example, on CentOS 6.*: yum install -y git
VERSION=`hdp-select status hadoop-client | sed 's/hadoop-client - \([0-9]\.[0-9]\).*/\1/'`
sudo git clone https://github.com/hortonworks-gallery/ambari-zeppelin-service.git /var/lib/ambari-server/resources/stacks/HDP/$VERSION/services/ZEPPELIN
sudo service ambari-server restart On a node (call it 'Node A') that is not running Ambari server, install the nss package: yum install -y nss Once Ambari is back up and you've install the nss package to "Node A", in Ambari, go Actions -> Add service -> check Zeppelin service -> Place the Zeppelin service on Node A in the assign masters step and click Next -> Next -> Next -> Deploy. The installation will start once you click Deploy Once complete, the Zeppelin Notebook service will be running. You can navigate to http://<FQDN of Node A>:9995 or follow the steps here to create the Ambari view.
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