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H2O issue in Sandbox 2.1

  • #52864
    Yabin Meng


    I’m trying to see how H2O is working in Sandbox 2.1, by following the instructions as described at:

    At step 2, I laucned H2O successfully (hadoop jar h2odriver_hdp2.0.6.jar water.hadoop.h2odriver -libjars ../h2o.jar -mapperXmx 1g -nodes 1 -output hdfsOutputDirName) and I can also see the H2O job status as running from Sandbox 2.1 job browser.

    However, when I try to access H2O from its embedded browser from “”, it says the web page cannot be displayed. What is this problem and how can I fix it?

    BTW, I’m launching Sandbox 2.1 through Oracle VirtualBox on Windows 7 laptop.



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  • #53529
    Manju Rupani

    I tried changing it to the ipv4 add of my pc which I got with ipconfig with the last part remaining same 54321
    It still is not working.Please guide

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