Before You Begin a Trial Installation
Before you begin a trial installation, you must disable SELinux if you want the Cloudera Manager installer to run. You can also optionally configure an HTTP proxy.
(Optional) Configure an HTTP Proxy
The Cloudera Manager installer accesses
archive.cloudera.com by using
yum on RHEL systems.
If your hosts access the Internet through an HTTP proxy,
you can configure
system-wide, to access
archive.cloudera.com through a
Although Cloudera supports running Cloudera software with SELinux enabled, the Cloudera Manager installer will not proceed if SELinux is enabled. Disable SELinux or set it to permissive mode before running the installer.
After you have installed and deployed Cloudera Manager and Runtime, you can re-enable
SELinux by changing
SELINUX=permissive back to
/etc/sysconfig/selinux), and then running the following command to
immediately switch to
If you are having trouble getting Cloudera Software working with SELinux, contact your OS vendor for support. Cloudera is not responsible for developing or supporting SELinux policies.