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  • #49394

    sean mikha
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    Hi,
    I just installed HDP 2.0.6 through Ambari Repo version 1.4.4.23
    I am running on CentOS6 , 3 Large node cluster on Amazon AWS

    I installed everything and all the Hadoop services are running. All the service checks pass separately.

    After I installed HUE and login, every time I try to log in it takes like 5-10 minutes. Then once i’m logged in everything in HUE works quickly.

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  • #50313

    Dave
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    Just to let you all know that this will be fixed in a later version

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    #50273

    Rodulfo
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    Yes, it worked for me too. Thanks Dave!

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    #50272

    sean mikha
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    it worked, thanks dave!

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    #49871

    Stephane LIENARD
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    Hi all,
    I’ve got same issue (Centos 6.4, HDP 2.0.6, HUE 2.3.0, install using ambari). The HUE about application takes 5 mins to display.

    Adding this line in sudoers file resolv it :
    hue ALL=(ALL) ALL
    hue ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: /sbin/chkconfig
    hue ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: /sbin/service
    hue ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: /bin/kill

    This should be added in documentation.

    St├ęphane.

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    #49830

    Stanley Nguyen
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    Hi Dave,

    That works great. Thank you so much!!!

    Regards,

    Stanley

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    #49821

    Dave
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    Hi,

    As a workaround you can change the landing page when you log in to FileBrowser for example – which will log you in.

    If you check your sudoers file, you can ensure it looks like the following:

    hue ALL=(ALL) ALL
    hue ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: /sbin/chkconfig
    hue ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: /sbin/service
    hue ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: /bin/kill

    You could also try using the cherrypy server (by uncommenting the line in hue.ini) and marking it as true.

    Thanks

    Dave

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    #49758

    Rodulfo
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    I have the same problem, with a server on AWS RHEL instance, any updates?

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    #49581

    Stanley Nguyen
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    Couldn’t find a way to edit my entry. Let me try to elaborate. There’s no misconfiguration from HUE as far as it goes. It takes long time to load the “About” page. There’s no obvious error in hue log either. I got the same configuration setup as Sean but it’s running in my local lab.

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    #49580

    Stanley Nguyen
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    Dave – That doesn’t help. I already added “hue” to sudo list. Any other suggestion?

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    #49395

    Dave
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    Hi Sean,

    Can you add the hue user to the sudoers file using visudo and restarted the hue service.
    -> visudo
    -> service hue restart

    Thanks

    Dave

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