Requirements for configuring Cloudera Manager for high availability
Prerequisites for configuring Cloudera Manager for high availability.
To configure high availability for Cloudera Manager, you must:
- Provide an separate host for each Cloudera Manager instance.
- Configure the database used by Cloudera Manager to run on a different host than the Cloudera Manager instances.
- Install and configure a load balancer to process requests to Cloudera Manager.
- If you are expanding an existing deployment to use Cloudera Manager
- Backup the Cloudera Manager database. See Back Up the Cloudera Manager Databases./
- If TLS is enabled, backup the certificates.
- The load balancer must be configured to accept connection
requests (both TCP and HTTP) for Cloudera Manager and redirect them to
one of the Cloudera Manager instances. Consult the documentation for
your load balancer for setup and configuration procedures.
Cloudera recommends the HAProxy load balancer. See Sample Configuration Files for HAProxy.
- If TLS is enabled for Cloudera Manager, configure the load balancer as
- The load balancer must be configured with its own TLS certificate.
- The load balancer must be configured to terminate and re-establish TLS connections to the underlying Cloudera Manager hosts on ports 7182 and 7183. TLS must be enabled on those ports.
- The load balancer configuration for port 7182 must use the load balancer’s certificate for mutual TLS authentication.
- If using Auto-TLS, all Cloudera Manager Server hosts must also have the Cloudera Manager agent package installed on them.
- If using Kerberos Active Directory for user authentication, ensure that the Kerberos and LDAP client packages are installed on all Cloudera Manager hosts.