In the previous blog, we saw a screencast on how to start a small Cloudera CDH cluster and then run a simple MapReduce program on a small data set. In this blog post, we will look into the sequence of steps at a high level to setup the configuration. The steps are far from complete, but is good enough with lot of references to get started with. Continue reading Cloudera CDH in a box (setup steps) – Part 2
With the laptops getting more powerful and accessible, it’s now possible to do much more interesting things which we could not have thought about in the past.
A four node Cloudera CDH cluster has been setup on a Lenevo Z510 as shown below. Cloudera Manager is used for the purpose of making the management of different nodes and services in the cluster easier. With just a few clicks in the Cloudera Manager, it should be possible to add a new service, add a node etc. On the Gateway node, none of the services run, but is usually used by the end user to access the different services in the cluster. Continue reading Cloudera CDH in a box (screencast) – Part 1