Update the SMM REST Server Base URL

Adding the base URL tells Ambari where to look for the SMM repository. The base URL will be included in the customer support portal, where you get the repository. This step is necessary because you are using an existing Ambari instance that is already managing an HDP or HDF cluster.

  1. Update the SMM Base URL.

    From Ambari, go to Manage Versions and update the current HDF or HDP version. Click the current HDF or HDP version, and find the SMM-2.0 section and update SMM base URL.

  2. Verify that /etc/yum.repos.d/ambari-hdp-1.repo or ambari-hdf-1.repo has the updated SMM base URL. If it does not, manually edit this file to set the correct base URL.
    For example: