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HDP on Linux – Installation Forum

HDP 2.0.9

  • #47015
    Pavel Hladik

    Hi, just a quick question.

    is it possible to install HDP stack 2.0.9 from Ambari The Ambari installer offered me just 2.0.6 version. Thanks.


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  • #47038
    Kenny Zhang

    Hi Pavel,

    If you are using Ambari to install HDP 2. That’s the latest version of HDP.
    According to the release note:

    In hdp 2.0.9, HDP stack version is HDP, so if you are using the public repo to install HDP, then you should be getting the latest version of HDP 2.


    Pavel Hladik

    Clear, thank you.

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