how to install ambari in centos 7 using mysql
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Apache Ambari is a software project of the Apache Software Foundation. Ambari enables system administrators to provision, manage and monitor a Hadoop cluster, and also to integrate Hadoop with the existing enterprise infrastructure. Ambari was a sub-project of Hadoop but is now a top-level project in its own right.
Here are the steps to install Ambari server in centos 7 using MySQL
* MySQL server installed, if not check here
* Root access to the Centos 7
Step 1: Install Mysql Java connector
Step 2: Add Ambari repository
Step 3: Install Ambari-server
By default, Amabari server install PostgreSQL, here we are using MySQL.
Step 4: Setup database for Ambari
Step 5: Setup Ambari-server
Step 6: Import metadata to Ambari-server database.
Step 7: Start Ambari service
Step 8: Login the Ambari-server Web UI to setup cluster and other services
Ambari listens on port number 8080
Step 9: Configure Ambari-server and cluster
NOTE: Default Username and password is “admin”.
Step 10: Enter name for your Cluster.
Step 11: Select the version.
Step 12: Register the host
Here we are using only one host , so add the hostname and root user private key. Then click Next
Step 13: Wait for it to register host, once status changed to success click Next.
Step 14: Select the services needed.
Step 15: Assign the services to the corresponding target hosts.
Step 16: Enter the Password details.
Step 17: Once entered all the required information click Next and proceed with the installation.
Step 18: Now you can see all the components get installed.
Step 14: Wait for the tasks to get complete.
Step 15: That’s it !! Now you have completed Ambari-Server installation using MySQL Server.
You can see the Dashboard with all the metrics.
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