Step 1: Install Cloudera Manager and CDP
Cloudera strongly recommends that you install and configure the Cloudera Manager Server and Cloudera Manager Agents and CDP to set up a fully-functional CDP cluster before trying to configure Kerberos authentication for the cluster.
Required user:group Settings for Security
user:groupaccounts and setting directory permissions as shown in the table below. These user accounts and directory permissions work with the Hadoop Kerberos security requirements.
|This User||Runs These Roles|
||NameNode, DataNodes, and Secondary NameNode|
||JobTracker and TaskTrackers (MR1) and Job History Server (YARN)|
||ResourceManager and NodeManagers (YARN)|
||Hue Server, Beeswax Server, Authorization Manager, and Job Designer|
hdfsuser has HDFS superuser privileges.
When you install the Cloudera Manager Server on the server host, a new Unix user account
cloudera-scm is created automatically to support security. The
Cloudera Manager Server uses this account to create host principals and deploy the keytabs
on your cluster.
Depending on whether you installed CDP and Cloudera Manager at the same time or not, use one of the following sections for information on configuring directory ownerships on cluster hosts.
New Installation, Cloudera Manager and CDP Together
Installing a new Cloudera Manager cluster with CDP components at the same time can save you some of the user:group configuration required if you install them separately. The installation process creates the necessary user accounts on the Linux host system for the service daemons. At the end of the installation process when each cluster node starts up, the Cloudera Manager Agent process on the host automatically configures the directory ownership as shown in the table below, and the Hadoop daemons can then automatically set permissions for their respective directories. Do not change the directory owners on the cluster. They must be configured exactly as shown below.