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Kuldeep Kulkarni

I'm Kuldeep Kulkarni - Crazy about Linux, Hadoop etc open-source technologies!! By profession I'm Senior system engineer and hadoop administrator in well known IT industry since 2011. Always enthusiastic about sharing my knowledge via blogs :)

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7 Responses

  1. Amit RanjAN says:

    Thanks for this wonderful article!

  2. Sourabh Jain says:

    The mysql connector jar file needs to be copied in libext folder. Otherwise it gives error.

  3. Raj says:

    Excellent article. Thank you…

  4. Arjun says:

    when i run “sudo -u oozie /usr/lib/oozie/bin/ create -run ” this command for creating database schema… then it gives this error “Error: Could not connect to the database: java.sql.SQLException: Access denied for user ‘oozie’@’master’ (using password: YES)”
    i have checked all the properties which are ok as per your blog, still it giving same error.

    Please suggest.

  5. Hi Hari,

    Could you please elaborate your question ? I’m sorry I did not get it

  6. hari says:

    How is this different from oozie running from CDH parcel ?

    • Pradeep Panga says:

      If you are going to install Oozie from Cloudera Manager then you would use a parcel. Otherwise, this is the procedure for installing Oozie manually using Cloudera packages.

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