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HDP on Linux – Installation Forum

No HDPLocal stack definiton directory

  • #47814
    John Pfuntner
    Participant

    I’m trying to install HDP 1.3.2 using Ambari on SuSE. I have Ambari installed and setup. I’m trying to perform the steps to configure Ambari and there is a step to cd to the stack HDPLocal 1.3.2 repos directory. I have /var/lib/ambari-server/resources/stacks but I only have the HDP directory under it. I do not have HDPLocal.

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  • #47816
    John Pfuntner
    Participant

    I guess that whole section of the process (1.6 Configure the Local Repositories) is optional and I don’t need to do it since I do have access to the Internet.

    #47817
    Dave
    Moderator

    Hi John,

    Yes, that part is optional and for servers which do not have internet access.

    Thanks

    Dave

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