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Ambari Forum

Abari auto start components after reboot

  • #51259
    Pham Tu

    Ambari Server and Agents can be setup to auto-start on system reboot (using the init.d scripts)
    In the case of hadoop Components (like NN, JT, DN, etc), the user has to go into Ambari and click “start”, which can be cumbersome.
    Can anyone tell me how to autostart all or selected component, thanks a lot.

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  • #54743
    Todd Snyder

    I ended up writing a script to use the API calls to start services on boot. Not the best option, but it works for now .. hopefully there will be a config option for this soon!

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