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Unable to View Namenode from webGUI

  • #55404
    Olu Jola

    I installed VM 4.2+ and sandbox 2.1 in my windows 8. When I tried to access the GUI ,the home page opens up ( but other ports is not accessible, i get error Oops! Google Chrome could not connect

    Why do I get this issue.what iam i missing.

    do i need to edit the hdfs-site.xml file. for instance i cannot access namenode via GUI the property in hdfs-site.xml file is below do i need to edit it and how.

    <name> dfs.namenode.http-address</name>

    Thanks in advance, pls help

    Thanks in advance

  • Author
  • #55537

    Hi Olu,

    Please try There is no need to change any config to access the namenode UI.


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