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Ambari on EC2

  • #48251
    Sushma K
    Participant

    Hi,

    To try ambari on ec2, in every documentation that I found, people installed large instances. Why is it needed ? Cannot I try with m1. small or m1. medium for running normal wordcount application ?.

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  • #48255
    Dave
    Moderator

    Hi Sushma,

    You can install a single node test machine on EC2 if you wish. The instructions are basically the same but in ambari you just register one host.
    To install on EC2 you can follow the installation documentation to install a cluster using Ambari.

    Thanks

    Dave

    #48256
    Sushma K
    Participant

    so name node, secondry name node(masters), datanode(slave), all will be on 1 machine and I can still run word count example ?.

    #48257
    Sushma K
    Participant

    Just to add – I am doing on EC2

    #48261
    Dave
    Moderator

    Hi Sushma,

    Yes, everything can reside on one machine. However this would not be feasible for a production environment.

    Thanks

    Dave

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