Stopping and Stating an instance

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  • #48283

    Sushma K
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    Hi,

    After the Ambari web UI is up, if I stop my ec2 instances, and if I start again, will all the servcies remain as is without any problem ? Can I just log back with the new public DNS f the ambari master ?

    Thanks

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  • #48341

    Sushma K
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    Hi Dave,

    Thank you for the reply. I just started the web UI using the new public DNS without starting the ambari server again, and it showed all warnings and one slave node was even dead. I will try out your reply.

    Thanks .

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    #48334

    Dave
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    Hi Sushma,

    If you stop the instance then you will need to start the ambari-server and agent(s) again. Then you can log into ambari and start the cluster up.

    Thanks

    Dave

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    #48335

    Dave
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    Hi Sushma,

    If you stop the instance then you will need to start the ambari-server and agent(s) again. Then you can log into ambari and start the cluster up.

    Thanks

    Dave

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    #48333

    Dave
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    Hi Sushma,

    If you stop the instance then you will need to start the ambari-server and agent(s) again. Then you can log into ambari and start the cluster up.

    Thanks

    Dave

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