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Sandbox2.0 – Job tracker is not started

  • #43467
    Kaka Keke

    Hi all,

    I just installed Sandbox2.0 VirtualBox. I also installed Flume. Nothing config changed later. However, It seems that job tracker is not started & I cannot run mapreduce jobs.

    My Sandbox2.0:
    IP address:
    I cannot access job tracker UI:
    hdfs is working, I can access
    NodeManager Live 0/1 <—— in

    Do you know this problem? Any suggestion to me?


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  • #43610

    Hi Kaka,

    Can you log into the sandbox and issue the command “ambari-server start” then log into (admin:admin)
    Check to ensure all the services are started correctly.



    Carter Shanklin

    Kaka, welcome to Hadoop 2. Try port 8088 for the Hadoop 2 equivalent of Job Tracker.

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