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Smoke-Testing Cloudera CDH install

by Alex McLintock and Alan Duval of Alephant.co.uk, Sept 2017

 

The purpose of this page is to provide you with some basic tests to confirm that the Cloudera Distribution of Hadoop (CDH) is installed and functioning to some extent. It is NOT a full benchmark test suite.

As such, we presume that you have completed your own install, possibly by following our previous post, Doing the Install: Cloudera CDH5.12 on CentOS7.3

 

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Doing the Install: Cloudera CDH5.12 on CentOS7.3

by Alex McLintock and Alan Duval of Alephant.co.uk, Sept 2017

 

This documentation has been put together to detail the process that one might undertake to install CDH5.12 on CentOS7.3. As such, we follow a particular path through Cloudera's latest install documentation, noting throughout which documents we are referencing, and which decisions we have taken.

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Preparing to install Cloudera CDH

by Alex McLintock and Alan Duval of Alephant.co.uk, Sept 2017

 

This page describes the steps you need to go through to prepare some machines for installing Cloudera Manager and CDH. This has been written and tested assuming you are installing Cloudera Manager/CDH 5.12 on a cluster of machines with clean installs of CentOS 7.3.

If you haven't already, you may want to read the introduction to this series: Installing Cloudera Hadoop on CentOS/RedHat

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