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Tutorial 14: Analyzing Machine and Sensor data: bogus link

  • #38236

    I am now trying to do the Sensor data tutorial but the link to the demo archive resolves to: http://192.168.75.130:8888/file/index.html# where this NAT’d IP is the address of the Sandbox. I was expecting an Amazon S3 reference or something like that. Am I doing something wrong?

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  • #38237

    The right link for this data is on the web page you get by following this link: http://mkto-l0153.com/549QAL08600001a008wQO00 (in the email from info@hortonworks.com announcing the new tutorials).

    There the link to the data resolves to: http://s3.amazonaws.com/hw-sandbox/tutorial15/SensorFiles.zip which is an S3 address. I get the zip file as expected. The tutorial html as delivered via the tutorial update process has the incorrect link.

    #38254
    Ron Lee
    Moderator

    James,
    Thanks for catching this error. I fixed it. You can update your Sandbox using the update button or reboot the VM.

    thanks,
    Ron

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