I have a hadoop Cloudera cluster with a HDFS service having the kerberos authentication enabled. I'm creating a flume service owning an agent deployed on an instance of my cluster. I want this role (agent issued from the flume service on the instance), to be able to write on my HDFS service. To do that, the flume agent needs to have its keytab that will give him the keys allowing him to authenticate to the HDFS cluster. From the cloudera documentation I read that : At the end of the integration process using the configuration wizard, Cloudera Manager Server will create host principals and deploy keytabs for all services configured on the cluster, which means that Cloudera Manager Server requires a principal that has privileges to create these other accounts. from here But after instanciating my flume service I see no keytab in its user folder. Is there something more that needs to be done to obtain the generation of this keytab ?
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So far I was using cloudera for FREE, but now it seems that you need a license key since the February 1st. I only want to access previous version of cloudera but the archive are also now password protected. I would be willing to pay for a personnal license but after contacting the sales by mail I didn't get any answer. What can I do ?
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