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HDP on Windows – Installation Forum

Installation successfully and now?

  • #48329
    Martin Meier
    Participant

    Hi,

    I installed Hortonworks 2.0.6 successfully on Windows, all services are running.
    Now I am missing some documenation how to start with easy things like creating an oozie workflow to execute some simple hive tasks, all tutorials here are refering to the sandbox installation, but I am not using the sandbox.

    Another thing is that I don’t find a GUI for the hadoop tools for Windows, Ambari for example doesn’t run on Windows. Any recommendations?

    When I try to open the oozie web console, I get an almost empty screen and after clicking on Documentaton ” /oozie/docs/index.html” The requested ressource is not available.

    Thanks for your help!

    Thanks

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  • #48411
    Mike Kogan
    Participant

    I am having exactly the same issues.
    +1

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