Running Cloudera Hadoop under Windows

November 4, 2012 — 1 Comment

Environment : Windows 7 – 64bit and Virtual Box

VM Image : CDH4 Packages for Virtual Box

 CDH4 Packages for Virtual Box

1. Create a new Virtual Machine

Create new Cloudera Hadoop virtual machine

2. Enter a name for New Virtual Machine and Select the type of the quest operating system you plan to install into the virtual machine

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3. Select the amount of base memory (RAM)

Setting up Cloudera Hadoop in Windows

4. Select “ Use existing hard disk” and navigate to the folder where you downloaded Cloudera-demo-vm. 
If you don’t have demo VM, download it from here: CDH4 Packages for Virtual Box

Running Cloudera Hadoop in Windows 7

5. Your going to create a new virtual Cloudera Hadoop in Windows 7 operating system

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6. Now turn on Cloudera Hadoop in Windows and run the demo

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7. Starting Cloudera Hadoop in Windows virtual machine

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8. Cloudera Hadoop demo is now ready in Windows

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Running the VM

Once you launch the VM, you are automatically logged in as the cloudera user.
The account details are:

  • username: cloudera
  • password: cloudera

The cloudera account has sudo privileges in the VM.

To learn more about Hadoop, see the Hadoop Tutorial.

You can access status through the browser at the following URLs:

  • NameNode status (localhost:50070)
  • JobTracker status (localhost:50030)
  • The Hue user interface (localhost:8888)
  • The HBase web UI (localhost:60010)

 

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Enjoy your Cloudera Hadoop demo in Windows

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