How to Install and Configure Apache Hadoop on a Single Node in CentOS 7

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21 Responses

  1. sue says:

    Hey, what should I type at [email protected]’s password:? it keeps asking for the password and if I just enter, it says “Permission denied, please try again.”

    • sue says:

      Finally fixex in CentOS 6.5, I needed to set hostname as below.

      $ sudo vi /etc/sysconfig/network

      and edit as below

      $ sudo vi /etc/hosts

      and edit as below master   localhost localhost.localdomain localhost4 localhost4.localdomain4
      ::1         localhost localhost.localdomain localhost6 localhost6.localdomain6

      and tried ssh-keygen rsa & ssh-copy-id master

      finally, it works!.

  2. Anmol says:

    when i am executing jps command i cannot find the data node and its port number I did exactly written in this tutorial

  3. Andres says:

    Hey ons, i had the same issue so i figured it out, basically when you edit vim /etc/hosts put a line like:

    X.X.X.X master.hadoop.lan master

    then i got it


  4. ons says:

    i have a problem , hostnamectl set-hostname master doesn’t work, i installed systemd package for it but no one of them work

    • Matei Cezar says:

      You need to reboot the system in order to apply hostnamectl settings. Seems like hostnamectl does not apply settings on-fly. What does hostname -f command output shows you?

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