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HDP on Windows – Installation Forum

Pentaho and HDFS Error

  • #47444
    Manish Sharma

    Hi Seth,

    I am using Pentaho 5.0.2 as Analytic tool and HDP 1.3.0 for Windows. I have successfully configured Pentaho with HIVE and created Report. But whenever I am trying to connect it to HDFS its showing me Error “Unable to connect to HDFS Server”.

    Please assist me what should I do.Yours immediate response will highly be appreciable.


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  • #47455

    Hi Manish,

    Have you checked with Pentaho that it is supported on HDP for Windows?
    They will be able to help you troubleshoot Pentaho on Windows.



    Seth Lyubich

    Hi Manish,

    Here is some additional Pentaho information that could be useful:


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