can't establish connection to 127.0.0.1:8000

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    Frank Catrine
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    I have tried several things but cannot get the Sandbox to work. I get this error every time. Can anyone provide some guidance or suggestions?

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  • #73264

    Kamen Mazdrashki
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    I faced same issue under Windows 7 – http://127.0.0.1:8000 not working at all.
    It turned out, that there is already a process that listens on port 8000.

    My simple resolution was to just map host port 8001 to guest port 8000.

    In resume:
    OS: Win7
    OVA: HDP 2.2.4.2
    resolution: map host port 8001 to guest port 8000
    url for HUE: http://127.0.0.1:8001/

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    #69214

    Suhas Xavier
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    For those who still face this issue, watch this video. It helped me.

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    #68040

    saranpriya sekar
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    sir, i got ip address as 192.168.56.101 in vm..and i typed it on the browser i got same result as web page is not available..Then i pinged the host ip address it says destination host unreacheable…is there any setting that i have to change?

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    #68039

    saranpriya sekar
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    thanks for the reply Mr.Nachiket …where i should type “ip addr show ” in vm?

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    #68038

    Nachiket Paluskar
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    type “ip addr show” in vm . then whatever VNET ip it shows .. type that ip in your browser

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    #68021

    saranpriya sekar
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    hello sir,

    i have installed hdp 2.2 booting was successful i got ip as 127.0.0.1:8888…when i tried this ip the result was “the web page is not available”.what shall i do?

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    #67442

    Nachiket Paluskar
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    Hi Guys,

    I have downloaded hortonworks 2.1 sandbox . I am running it through VMware Player 11.2. I have windows 8.1 OS.

    My VMware settings are :
    Network Adapter – HostOnly
    Guest OS – Ubuntu(64bit)

    I have completed the process in VMware but at the end of the process when i try to open http://127.0.0.1:8888 or 8000 , my browser does not show anything. Am I missing something here ? are there any Network settings that needs to be done . I am able to access everything in sandbox but not able to get browser UI through http://127.0.0.1:8888 .

    Looking for Help
    Regards,
    Nachiket

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    #58267

    Ulrich Guldborg
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    Hi Frank

    You should use the ip you get when you start the sand-box followed by the port eg. 192.168.138.128:8000

    Ulrich

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    #58152

    Dinesh vhatte
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    @Jamie Thomson: The notion you suggested works for me. Thanks a lot. I am able to connect to the sandbox via the IP address assigned to it within hyper-v.
    Like I replaced 127.0.0.1 by the assigned IP adress.

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    #56666

    M Kumar
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    I am having the same problem cannot open 127.0.0.1:8000 Web Admin Page
    very frustrating as I installed the 2.1 sandbox on VirtualBox same problem and downloaded and installed VM Ware version and still the same issue.
    Can you help? is the a bug with the Hortonworks build?
    Thinking to try Cloudera now unless this is sorted?
    I am running windows 8.1.

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    #55434

    Jamie Thomson
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    Hello Frank,
    This may or may not help but I shall try anyway…

    I’ve spun up the sandbox for the first time this morning inside hyper-v running on Windows 8. From the host (i.e. Windows 8) OS i can connect to the sandbox via the IP address assigned to it within hyper-v (which in my case is http://192.168.56.101/). I can also hit the hue endpoint at http://192.168.56.101:8000/. I can also hit a RESTServer endpoint at http://192.168.56.101:8085/rest.jsp.

    As I say that may or may not help but if you’d like me to try anything at this end please let me know.

    JT

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    #55425

    AssortedOrb
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    Did you try network adaptor setting as ‘Bridged’?

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    #55414

    C Morrill
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    I’m experiencing the same problem with accessing sandbox web interface… I installed vmplayer and sandbox 2.1 (on my Windows 7 laptop). I tried using both host only and NAT and get could not connect on google chrome. I tried 127.0.0.1:8000. Should I be doing something else? Please help. thanks.

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    #55385

    AssortedOrb
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    Hi Frank,
    Try changing network adaptor settings to ‘Bridged’ and use the IP address that you see on Sandbox start and type IP address:8000 in your web browser. This worked for me.

    Thanks,
    S

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    #55353

    iandr413
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    Hi Frank,
    Please make sure you can access http://127.0.0.1:8080. This should access the Ambari UI. If you can access this URL, please then try http://127.0.0.1:8000. This is to access Hue, the Graphical UI to interact with HDP. If that URL does not work, please ssh into the sandbox and execute service hue restart. That will ensure hue is up and running. Please then try it again. I hope this helps.

    Ian

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