Manually Install the CFM Parcel

You can manually download the parcel and .sha files and then perform the CFM parcel installation.

  1. Download the CFM parcel and parcels files appropriate for your operating system.

    RHEL/Centos 7

    wget http://archive.cloudera.com/CFM/parcels/1.0.1.0/CFM-1.0.1.0-el7.parcel
    wget http://archive.cloudera.com/CFM/parcels/1.0.1.0/CFM-1.0.1.0-el7.parcel.sha

    SUSE 12

    wget http://archive.cloudera.com/CFM/parcels/1.0.1.0/CFM-1.0.1.0-sles12.parcel
    wget http://archive.cloudera.com/CFM/parcels/1.0.1.0/CFM-1.0.1.0-sles12.parcel.sha

    Ubuntu 14

    wget http://archive.cloudera.com/CFM/parcels/1.0.1.0/CFM-1.0.1.0-trusty.parcel
    wget http://archive.cloudera.com/CFM/parcels/1.0.1.0/CFM-1.0.1.0-trusty.parcel.sha

    Ubuntu 16

    wget http://archive.cloudera.com/CFM/parcels/1.0.1.0/CFM-1.0.1.0-xenial.parcel
    wget http://archive.cloudera.com/CFM/parcels/1.0.1.0/CFM-1.0.1.0-xenial.parcel.sha
  2. Copy both the parcel file and sha files to the cluster parcel repository location. By default this is located in the Cloudera Manager Server /opt/cloudera/parcel-repo folder.
  3. Navigate to the Parcel Configuration page. From the navigation bar, click Hosts then Parcels, and click the Edit Settings button.
  4. Review the parcel list and verify that the CFM is available. If not, click on the Check for New Parcels button. The new CFM parcel should display Available for Download on the Parcels page.
  5. From the Parcels page, download, distribute, and activate the CFM parcel.