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Ambari Forum

how can i set independent configure for different machines

  • #46435
    Sun Ww

    hi, I had installed a cluster with Ambari.
    Recently I need to add some new machines.
    But the new machine have different memory and cpu with the old ones.
    I can not find how to set independent configure for different machines with Ambari. is I miss something?
    any suggestion will be appreciated.
    Thank you

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  • #46438
    Jeff Sposetti


    The ability to target configs to specific hosts (i.e. create “host config groups”) is coming soon in Ambari release 1.4.3. The feature has been implemented and is available in the 1.4.3 branch if you want to build in the meantime.

    By the way, what version of ambari are you currently running? ambari-server -version?


    Sun Ww

    I’m using ambari-1.4.1 now.
    I note ambari-1.4.2 is released. Hoping 1.4.3 will come soon. Thank you for clear reply

    Jeff Sposetti

    Ambari 1.4.3 is now available which includes the ability to target Service configurations to a host or group of hosts.

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