Apache Ambari Installation
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1. Getting Ready
Product Interoperability
Meet Minimum System Requirements
Software Requirements
Memory Requirements
Package Size and Inode Count Requirements
Maximum Open Files Requirements
Collect Information
Prepare the Environment
Set Up Password-less SSH
Set Up Service User Accounts
Enable NTP on the Cluster and on the Browser Host
Check DNS and NSCD
Configuring iptables
Disable SELinux and PackageKit and check the umask Value
Download and set up database connectors
2. Using a Local Repository
Setting Up a Local Repository
Preparing to Set Up a Local Repository
Setting up a Local Repository with Temporary Internet Access
Setting Up a Local Repository with No Internet Access
Preparing the Ambari Repository Configuration File to Use the Local Repository
3. Accessing Cloudera Repositories
Ambari Repositories
HDP Stack Repositories
HDP Repositories
4. Installing Ambari
Accessing Ambari Repositories
Download the Ambari Repository
RHEL/CentOS/Oracle Linux 7
Amazon Linux 2
Ubuntu 14
Ubuntu 16
Ubuntu 18
Debian 9
Install the Ambari Server
RHEL/CentOS/Oracle Linux 7
Ubuntu 14
Ubuntu 16
Debian 9
Set Up the Ambari Server
Setup Options
5. Working with Management Packs
6. Installing, Configuring, and Deploying a Cluster
Start the Ambari Server
Log In to Apache Ambari
Launch the Ambari Cluster Install Wizard
Name Your Cluster
Select Version
Using a local RedHat Satellite or Spacewalk repository
Install Options
Confirm Hosts
Choose Services
Assign Masters
Assign Slaves and Clients
Customize Services
Install, Start and Test