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Need to stop services when shutting down sandbox

  • #32878
    Rupesh Dandekar

    Just installed the Sandbox. Do I need to stop the services prior to shutdown? If so, how?


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  • #33673

    Hi Rupesh,
    You don’t necessarily need to stop the services. Since you are on a vm, you can actually do snapshots and so you can restore to the point you left off. What you don’t want to do is stop the sandbox during a job run since that can cause some corruption in the hdfs, thus when you try to start up the sandbox, namenode may stay in safe mode.

    Kind Regards,

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