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HDP on Linux – Installation Forum

Ambari and Ganglia

  • #16945
    bruno bonnin


    My http server hosting ganglia web is listen on port 8090.
    My problem is that Ambari is trying to get the graphs at ganglia on port 80.
    How can I modify Ambari to use Ganglia listening on port 8090.

    Thanks for help !


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  • #16978

    Hi Bruno,
    Unfortunately, Ambari at the moment does not have this feature of using already existing services (in your case Ganglia). Ambari requires to use the Ganglia that it installs and configures. We currently have requests for this feature. Continue to come back to our site to see the latest news on future releases. Sorry for any inconvenience.


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