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HDP on Linux – Installation Forum

HDP on 32 bit machines

  • #18283
    Verditer
    Member

    Below is the minimum OS requirements mentioned in the document.
    Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) v5.x or 6.x (64-bit)
    CentOS v5.x or 6.x (64-bit)
    SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 11, SP1 (64-bit)

    might be very basic questions but any one has idea does HDP installs and works on CentOS 32 bit versions

    thanks
    Verditer

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  • #18308
    Seth Lyubich
    Moderator

    Hi Verditer,

    You can try to install HDP on 32 bit machine, but it was not tested and not recommended.

    Hope this helps,

    Seth

    #18323
    Verditer
    Member

    thanks Seth

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