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HDP on Windows – Installation Forum

Re-loading loaded after adding node?

  • #49955


    Two questions:

    1. Could anyone tell me if it is possible to re-load configuration file without restarting the hdp services on windows please?
    2. I have added a new data node, updated the file on the data node. Do I need to update cluster properties on all name node and data nodes?


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  • #50397
    Dave Warner

    When first setting up a five node cluster, we were able to install the datanode, add the new node to the file under SLAVE_HOSTS, start the datanode and nodemanager services on the new datanode and see it join the cluster without restarting the namenode.

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