Configuring Kerberos

Workload XM must be able to create Phoenix tables in data storage. If you are installing Workload XM 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 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.