Adding CDP Private Cloud Base cluster for use in Replication Manager and Data Catalog (CCMv2)

Register a CDP Private Cloud Base cluster as a classic cluster using Cloudera Manager and Knox endpoints so that you can use this cluster in Replication Manager and Data Catalog.

Before you begin

All the clusters must meet the requirements identified in Prerequisites for adding classic clusters.

Additionally, ensure that the following components and roles are available:

Steps

  1. Log in to CDP Management Console.

  2. Click Classic Clusters.

  3. On the Classic Clusters page, click ADD CLUSTER.

  4. In the Add Cluster dialog box, navigate to the CDP Private Cloud Base tab and enter the following details:
    1. If your cluster is not reachable by a public network, click “My cluster is accessible only in my private network”.

    2. Cloudera Manager IP address - Enter the IP address of the Cloudera Manager of the CDP Private Cloud Base cluster. The Management Console uses this IP address to identify the cluster for registration purposes.

    3. Cloudera Manager Port - Enter the port of the Cloudera Manager of the CDP Private Cloud Base cluster.

    4. Data center - Enter a unique datacenter name for the CDP Private Cloud Base cluster.

    5. Select the My cluster runs on HTTPS option if the CDP Private Cloud Base cluster uses HTTPS.

    6. Select the Register KNOX endpoint (Optional) option.

    7. KNOX IP Address - Enter the IP address of the Knox host for the CDP Private Cloud Base cluster.

    8. KNOX Port - Enter the port for the Knox service.

    9. Click CONNECT.

    The Management Console acquires the configuration details from Cluster Connectivity Manager (CCM) service. After CDP successfully connects to your new cluster (which should take no more than 5 minutes), it will highlight Step 2.
  5. On the Classic Clusters page, click Files in the Step 2 pane.

  6. Follow the instructions in the Setup Connectivity Client dialog box. You need to download the jumpgate-agent rpm file and the cluster_connectivity_setup_files zip file onto Cloudera Manager host in your new cluster:
    1. In the command line interface, copy the RPM and ZIP files to the Cloudera Manager host.

    2. SSH to the Cloudera Manager host.

    3. Install the jumpgate-agent rpm using yum --nogpgcheck localinstall < downloaded-jumpgate-agent-rpm >

    4. Unzip the cluster_connectivity_setup_files file. Inside this zip file there is a script install.sh.

    5. Run install.sh by using ./install.sh command.

    6. Check service status to see if the agent has been connected: systemctl status jumpgate-agent.service

  7. On the Classic Clusters page, click Test Connection in the Step 2 pane to verify whether the connection is successful.
  8. On the Classic Clusters page, click Register in the Step 3 pane.
  9. In the Cluster Details dialog box, enter the Cloudera Manager credentials that have Admin access to Cloudera Manager and the cluster services.
  10. Click CONNECT.
  11. To complete the registration, enter the following details on the Classic Clusters page:
    1. Cluster Location - Enter the geographical location of the Data Lake.

    2. Data Center - Ensure that the data center name is the name that you provided for CDP Private Cloud Base cluster during registration.

    3. Tags - Optionally, enter the tags for the cluster, if any.

    4. Description - Optionally, enter a description.

  12. Click Add.

Result

You can use the registered classic cluster in Replication Manager and Data Catalog.