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HDP on Linux – Installation Forum

Installing on AWS – Issue with NameNode UI

  • #49392
    sean mikha
    Participant

    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.

    When I go to Ambari > HDFS Service > Quick Links > NameNode UI > Browse the file system

    The link does not work. It directs me to the namenodes public dns address and port 50070 , file nn_browsedfscontent.jsp

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