Configuring Kerberos

Workload XM must be able to create Phoenix tables in data storage. If you are installing Workload XM on-premises in a Kerberized environment, it must be able to securely create these tables.

Describes how to add the wxm user as a HBase superuser, which securely enables Workload XM to create and store Phoenix tables.
  1. In a supported web browser on the Workload XM on-premises cluster, log in to Cloudera Manager.
  2. In Cloudera Manager, select Hosts and then Parcels.
  3. In the Parcels page, select the HDFS service.
  4. In the HDFS-1 page, click the Configuration tab.
  5. In the Search field, enter hbase superusers, which displays the HBase Superusers property.
  6. In the HBASE-1 (Service-Wide) field, enter wxm, which adds the wxm user as a HBase superuser.
  7. Click Save Changes.