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HBase Forum

how to access hive WEB UI for firing the hive queries instead of putty tool.

  • #44519
    Anupam Gupta
    Participant

    Hi All,

    I have installed HDP 1.3.2 on EC2 m1.small instance..I am accessing the hive from putty tool. but its not good to see query result. so I am looking for WebUI tool.
    for accessing the UI of HDP for Beeswax (Hive UI) , PIG, HCatalog, File Browser, Job Designer, Oozie Editor/Dashboard and Hue (Shell) similar to HDP Sandbox.
    Is it possible to access that. if it is possibe then please help. How can we do this?

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  • #44681
    Nick Dimiduk
    Moderator

    Hi Anupam,

    I think you meant to ask this question in the Hive forum.

    Thanks,
    Nick

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