Restart a cluster

If your cluster is in the “Stopped” state, you can restart it by using the "Start" option.

  1. Log in to the CDP web interface.
  2. Navigate to the Management Console > Data Hub Clusters
  3. Browse to cluster details.
  4. Click Start. This option is only available when the cluster has been stopped.
  5. Click Yes to confirm.
    Your cluster status changes to “Start in progress” and then once new VMs have been provisioned and registered, it changes to “Running”. Messages similar to the following are written to event history:
    Synced instance states with the cloud provider.
    8/2/2019, 6:33:37 PM
    Updated metadata of instance ip-10-97-82-237.cloudera.site to running as the cloud provider reported it as running.
    8/2/2019, 6:33:37 PM
    Updated metadata of instance ip-10-97-83-214.cloudera.site to running as the cloud provider reported it as running.
    8/2/2019, 6:33:36 PM
    Updated metadata of instance ip-10-97-82-184.cloudera.site to running as the cloud provider reported it as running.
    8/2/2019, 6:33:36 PM
    Updated metadata of instance ip-10-97-82-151.cloudera.site to running as the cloud provider reported it as running.
    8/2/2019, 6:33:35 PM
    Cluster started; Cluster manager ip:10.97.82.237
    8/2/2019, 6:33:34 PM
    Cloudera Manager services have been started.
    8/2/2019, 6:33:33 PM
    Starting Cloudera Manager services.
    8/2/2019, 6:31:15 PM
    Starting cluster
    8/2/2019, 6:30:07 PM
    Billing started, the cluster and its infrastructure have successfully been started
    8/2/2019, 6:30:06 PM
    Infrastructure successfully started
    8/2/2019, 6:30:06 PM
    Infrastructure is now starting
    8/2/2019, 6:29:51 PM
    Cluster start requested
    8/2/2019, 6:29:51 PM
Once your cluster status is “Running”, the cluster should be used.