Replicating from unsecure to secure clusters
Replication Manager can replicate data from an unsecure cluster (one that does not use Kerberos authentication) to a secure cluster (a cluster that uses Kerberos) but the reverse is not true.
Before you replicate from an unsecure cluster to secure cluster, ensure that the following conditions are met:
- The destination cluster is managed by Cloudera Manager 6.1.0 or higher. The source cluster is managed by Cloudera Manager 5.14.0 or higher in order to be able to replicate to Cloudera Manager 6.
- Same user exists on all the hosts on both the source and destination clusters. If required, specify this user in the Run As Username field when you create a replication policy.
On a host in the source or destination cluster, add a user with the following
sudo -u hdfs hdfs dfs -mkdir -p /user/[***username***]For example, the following command creates a user named milton:
sudo -u hdfs hdfs dfs -mkdir -p /user/milton
Set the permissions for the user directory with the following command:
sudo -u hdfs hdfs dfs -chown <username> /user/usernameFor example, the following command makes milton the owner of the milton directory:
sudo -u hdfs hdfs dfs -chown milton /user/milton
Create the supergroup group for the user you created in step 1 with the following
Add the user you created in step 1 to the group you created:
usermod -G supergroup <username>For example, add milton to the group named supergroup:
usermod -G supergroup milton
- Repeat this process for all hosts in the source and destination clusters so that the user and group exists on all of them.