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Sandbox Logging In and Out dont' works

  • #20327

    To log out of Hue, click “Sign Out” from the pull-down list under the logged-in user name (at the right of the Hue navigation bar). do not works !!? any helps.
    because in my sandbox when I click on the pull-down I get just “Profile”.
    Thanks for your answers.

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  • #20338

    Hi Iftisen,

    The Sandbox is configured with only one user for hue, so logging out and in has no meaning in the sandbox context. If you want to see what’s going on behind the scenes in the sandbox you need to log into the console in the vm by pressing the keys mentioned for the platform you are running the sandbox on and then the user is ‘root’ and the password is ‘hadoop’.


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