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Red Sqirl on top of a HDP Cluster
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Red Sqirl Hortonworks HDP Container

The Red Sqird Hortonworks HDP Container docker image is a Red Sqirl web application installed on top of a single node HDP cluster.

What is this image

In this image, we install HDP from scratch and add Red Sqirl on top of it.

NB: The start up is longer than the cloudera image, so if you want the fastest path to Red Sqirl check this project.

To Run

docker run -i -t -p 8842:8842  redsqirl/hortonworks-hdp /usr/local/bin/bootstrap.sh

Port

  • Red Sqirl 8842
  • Ambari 8080
  • Yarn 8088

Set Up

  1. Install docker
  2. Get the image: docker pull redsqirl/hortonworks-hdp
  3. Create the image: docker run -i -t -p 8842:8842 redsqirl/hortonworks-hdp /usr/local/bin/bootstrap.sh
  4. Execute the script: /usr/local/bin/create_cluster.sh
  5. When it says installation complete, type: Ctrl-Z bg then Ctrl-L or clear
  6. Wait that hadoop is online, it could take several minutes, the command hadoop fs -ls / should execute. While everything is being installed you will get "command not found" then "ConnectionRefused" errors.
  7. Start Red Sqirl (the script initialises a user as well) /usr/local/bin/start_redsqirl.sh
  8. Open your browser and go to the url: http://localhost:8842/redsqirl
  9. Register an online Red Sqirl Account if necessary
  10. Do not install the default packages, Spark and Hive are not installed
  11. Install the Pig package
  12. Sign Out
  13. Login with the OS user redsqirl (password redsqirl)
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