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Problem with Hortonwork Sandbox & Ambari

  • #29686
    gehhrald
    Member

    Hi all,

    I’m running on win7 professional, using the sandbox, Hortonworks-Sandbox-1.3-VirtualBox, which I got from the website.

    Before I tried setting up Ambari, my Hortonwork Sandbox works perfectly. I can access the hue interface. This is based on the NAT network configuration on my virtualbox. After I followed the Ambari tutorial, I changed my network configuration on my virtual box to ‘Host-Only’ and input the ip address I obtained from ‘ifconfig’ of eth0. Now, i’m ambari is working, however, I’m unable to access the hue interface and the tutorials on hives and pigs. Did I configure something wrongly? Sorry, I’m new to this and trying to learn more on how hadoop works.

    Thanks in advance,
    Gerald

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  • #29687
    gehhrald
    Member

    Hi,

    I managed to get both hue and ambari working, however, I’m unable to look in to Ambari using the default user/password of “admin”. Is there a work around?

    #29698
    tedr
    Moderator

    Hi Gerald,

    Are you able to get into the Hue interface with username hue password 1111 ? when you set up Ambari did you give it a different name to use?

    thanks,
    Ted.

    #29747
    gehhrald
    Member

    Hi Ted,

    Thanks for the help. I’m still unable to log in using the username hue and password 1111. However I somehow managed to log in using the default username and password “admin” now. I’m now messing around with Ambari, and I’m just curious if there’s like any guide/written report, on the proper usage of ambari.

    Cheers,
    Gerald.

    #29780
    Sasha J
    Moderator

    Gerald,
    take a look on this document.
    It could be useful for you:

    http://docs.hortonworks.com/HDPDocuments/HDP1/HDP-1.2.0/bk_Monitoring_Hadoop_Book/content/monitor-chap1.html

    Thank you!
    Sasha

    #29807
    gehhrald
    Member

    Hi Sasha,

    Thank you so much for the document. Really appreciate all of your help.

    Cheers,
    Gerald.

    #30070

    Hi,

    Other than you followed the documents is there any specific reason. You have tried using host-only option?
    If not then I would suggest to give a try with the bridge adapter.

    Regards
    Arun

    #30071
    gehhrald
    Member

    Hi Arun,

    The bridged adapter works for me. Thanks.

    Cheers,
    Gerald

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