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HDP on Linux – Installation Forum

HDP 1.3.2 URLs Currently broken

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    Dax Kelson

    I figured out the correct ambari URL (by examining the working SLES11 URL) it is:

    (notice the extra .17 in the URL)

    Still don’t know what the HDP-UTILS URL is.

    Seth Lyubich


    Thanks for your feedback. Can you please let us know what are you trying to do and point us to instructions you are using?


    Dax Kelson

    Hi Sef,

    I’m following the current directions for HDP — which is version 1.3.2.

    The directions are here:

    The HDP-Utils and Ambari repository URLs on that page RHEL6/Centos6 are broken. I was able to deduce the correct Ambari URL, what is the correct HDP-Utils URL?

    Dax Kelson

    Jeff, thanks very much for posting the correct URL.

    There is a problem with the HDP-UTILS- file though. It is missing its “repodata” directory. Fortunately that is easily correctable.

    Ray Roberts

    I’m only seeing one (ambar.repo) URL listed under ‘Setup the Bits’ in 1.3.2

    However, this seems to get me everything I need. Is this by design? I’ve always wondered why there was multiple repos files, as the ambari.repo contains the HDP repos info as well.

    Also, I like that you guys split up the zookeeper and hive packaging. Thanks!


    Akki Sharma

    We have separate repos for people who want to install HDP without Ambari.

    Stacy Kornluebke

    Docs have been corrected. Sorry for any inconvenience.

    Thanks for your feedback!

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