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HDP on centOS 6.2 ?

  • #6624

    Hello users,

    I am aware of the fact that currently HDP doesn’t support centOS 6.2 , but due to some technical reasons, I can’t switch back to CentOS 5.x from 6.2
    Is there a workaround to make HDP run on centOS 6.2 ?
    or some src tar balls that hortonworks provide, so that I can directly use them for the time being.
    In any case, when can we see HDP compatible with CentOS 6.2 ?


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  • #6628
    Sasha J

    As of now, 6.2 is not supported. Should be completely tested and approved in next release.
    However, there may be some workaround.
    Do you mind to reiterate this question after Independence Day ( Thursday this week)?

    Thank you!


    Thanks Sasha.
    I am hoping to get some workaround in coming few days.



    Any updates/workarounds for the above?



    Any change on this?
    I found CentOS 6 package but when setting up cluster the software says OS is not supported.

    Sasha J

    CentOS 6.x is not currently (as of 7/25/2012) a supported target.

    If this is in your critical path, please send us your contact information so an appropriate resource can follow up with you to further discuss your options. You may send your info and query to : poc-support@hortonworks.com



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