Accessing Cloudera's private repositories with Ambari
As of January 31, 2021, all downloads of HDP and Ambari require a username and password and use a modified URL. You must use the modified URL, including the username and password when downloading the repository content.
Upgrade Ambari to 22.214.171.124
Ambari needs to be upgraded from 126.96.36.199 to 188.8.131.52 so that you can download repository files and binaries behind the paywall and continue using the existing functionality. The instructions are the same as the Apache Ambari Upgrade section, but the repository URLs must be replaced as listed in the Ambari Repositories section. For more information, see Ambari Repositories.
To access the binaries, you must have the required authentication credentials (username and password).
Authentication credentials for new customers and partners are provided in an email sent from Cloudera to registered support contacts. Existing users can file a non-technical case in the support portal (https://my.cloudera.com) to obtain credentials.
After you receive your authentication credentials, use them to form the URL where you can access the Ambari repository in the Ambari archive, as shown below. Insert your username and password in the beginning -of the URL as shown in the following example:
Change the HDP repo baseUrl
Along with the Ambari paywalled repositories HDP is also moved behind the paywall. The version definition baseURL must be updated with the new address that includes the username and password. You can follow this guide to update the baseURL. The HDP repository URLs’ must replaced as listed in the HDP 3.1.4 Repositories section. For more information, see HDP 3.1.4 Repositories.