Setting Up External Access

Cloudera Distribution for Hadoop for Teradata Administrator Guide

brand
Open Source
prodname
Cloudera Distribution for Hadoop
vrm_release
5.8
5.9
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Administration
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B035-6049-086K

Ethernet cards are required on:

  • All master, data, and edge nodes in the Hadoop cluster when the following apply:
    • Jobs are being submitted to the cluster from outside the InfiniBand network
    • Data is being loaded to or from Teradata Database and Aster Database systems that are not on the same InfiniBand network
    • A customer wants to monitor the cluster using a Viewpoint server located outside the InfiniBand network
  • All edge nodes when the following apply:
    • Jobs are only being submitted to the cluster from inside the same InfiniBand network or only through the edge node
    • Data is not being loaded to or from Teradata Database and Aster Database systems outside the InfiniBand network
External hosts access Hadoop in one of two ways:
  • For site-wide access, include the hostnames and IP addresses in your DNS configuration; DNS records need to match the hostnames returned by hostname -f, when run from a node for Hadoop.
  • If the hosts are not included in DNS, external hosts can access the Hadoop cluster by including external IP addresses, like 153.64.1.1, in DNS or in a local /etc/hosts file.
  1. Run hostname -f on each node in the Hadoop cluster to determine the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) including hostname and IP address to include in DNS or local hosts files.