Apache Ambari Administration
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1. Ambari Administration Overview
Viewing the Ambari Admin Page
2. Administering Ambari
Log In to Ambari
Change the Default Admin Password
Create a Cluster
Manage Cluster Roles
Understanding Cluster Roles
Modify User and Group Cluster Roles
Open the Cluster Dashboard
Rename a Cluster
Managing Versions
Register New Version
Update Version Repository Base URLs
De-Register a Version
Register Remote Clusters
3. Managing Users and Groups
Understanding Users and Groups
Local and LDAP User and Group Types
Ambari Administrator Privileges
Create a Local User
Set User Status
Set the Ambari Admin Flag
Change the Password for a Local User
Delete a Local User
Create a Local Group
Managing Group Membership
Add a User to a Group
Modify Group Membership
Delete a Local Group
Enable User Home Directory Creation
4. Installing Ambari Agents Manually
Download the Ambari Repo
Install the Ambari Agents Manually
5. Customizing HDP Services
Defining Service Users and Groups for a HDP 2.x Stack
Setting Properties That Depend on Service Usernames/Groups
6. Using Custom Host Names
7. Changing Host Names
8. Moving the Ambari Server
Back up Current Data
Update all Agents
Install the New Ambari Server
9. Moving the ZooKeeper Server
10. Configuring LZO Compression
Configure core-site.xml for LZO
Running Compression with Hive Queries
Create LZO Files
Write Custom Java to Create LZO Files
11. Using Non-Default Databases
Using Non-Default Databases - Ambari
Using Ambari with Oracle
Using Ambari with MySQL/MariaDB
Using Ambari with PostgreSQL
Troubleshooting Non-Default Databases with Ambari
Using Non-Default Databases - Hive
Using Hive with Oracle
Using Hive with MySQL/MariaDB
Using Hive with PostgreSQL
Troubleshooting Non-Default Databases with Hive
Using Non-Default Databases - Oozie
Using Oozie with Oracle
Using Oozie with MySQL/MariaDB
Using Oozie with PostgreSQL
Troubleshooting Non-Default Databases with Oozie
12. Setting up a local repository
Case study for setting up a local repository
13. Setting up Ambari to use an Internet Proxy Server
14. Configuring Network Port Numbers
Default Network Port Numbers - Ambari
Optional: Changing the Default Ambari Server Port
Optional: Changing the Ambari Server-Agent Port
15. Change the JDK Version
16. Using Ambari Blueprints
17. Tuning Ambari Performance
18. Customizing Ambari Log + PID Directories
Customizing Ambari Server Log + PID Directories
Customizing Ambari Agent Log + PID Directories