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HDP on Linux – Installation Forum

configure offline mirror option

  • #49948
    Rick Lopez
    Participant

    Hi,

    I’m trying to configure an offline mirror per section 4.3.1 of the Hortonworks Data Platform reference manual and have the following questions. I extracted the main HDP-2.0.6.1 tarball to the /var/www/htm/hdp directory as instructed but when I look at modifying the hdp.repo file it indicates the baseurl path should point to a /GA directory and I do not see any GA directory anywhere? Is this correct? Also, should the Ambari and HDP-utils tar file be extracted to a different place? In looking at the hdp.repo file it would seem to indicate that but I don’t see any references to extracting those files? Thanks.

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