Cluster installations with Ambari 1.5.0 / rebooting taking too long

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    Victor Chugunov
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    Hi,
    I have a successful installation of single node (4Gb memory/80GB HD) on virtual box running CentOS 6..5. Everything is running fine. But the installations process took about 2 hours, and then I was trying to reboot/restart components it taking the same time. Similar procedures with previous version of Ambari (1.4.4) was a lot faster. Any suggestions? In both cases Virtual Box settings ( 4GB RAM, 80GB HDD, Java 1.7.51 (Oracle))
    Thanks

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