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Hi,

I have a development cluster (rhel6, cdh3u2) that is managed using the
cloudera manager 3.7. I'm trying to configure authorization manager to use
ldap as the authorization backend. So I removed the hue-useradmin rpm and
installed the hue-userman rpm. I then tried to add the authorization
manager role under the hue service (
https://ccp.cloudera.com/display/ENT/Configuring+Authorization+Manager) but
I don't see an option to install it. I only see hue server, beeswax server
and job designer as the options.

How can I add the authorization manager role to hue?

Is there a way to configure authorization manager with LDAP manually
outside of CM?

Thanks in advance.

Siva

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  • Jonathan Natkins at Jun 14, 2012 at 4:49 pm
    Hi Siva,

    The Authorization Manager is a subscription feature, and we've updated our
    documentation to reflect this. If you are a Cloudera Enterprise customer,
    I'd advise you to file a ticket with us, so that we can assist you further.
    With CM3.7, there's not a way to add the role without an appropriate
    license. However, LDAP authentication for Hue has been open sourced in Hue
    2.0, and if you use Cloudera Manager 4.0, you can manage a version of Hue
    which will get you the functionality you're looking for.

    Thanks,
    Natty
    On Wed, Jun 13, 2012 at 1:27 PM, siva wrote:

    Hi,

    I have a development cluster (rhel6, cdh3u2) that is managed using the
    cloudera manager 3.7. I'm trying to configure authorization manager to use
    ldap as the authorization backend. So I removed the hue-useradmin rpm and
    installed the hue-userman rpm. I then tried to add the authorization
    manager role under the hue service (
    https://ccp.cloudera.com/display/ENT/Configuring+Authorization+Manager)
    but I don't see an option to install it. I only see hue server, beeswax
    server and job designer as the options.

    How can I add the authorization manager role to hue?

    Is there a way to configure authorization manager with LDAP manually
    outside of CM?

    Thanks in advance.

    Siva
  • Siva at Jun 15, 2012 at 5:07 pm
    Thanks Jon.

    Siva
    On Thursday, June 14, 2012 9:49:03 AM UTC-7, Jon Natkins wrote:

    Hi Siva,

    The Authorization Manager is a subscription feature, and we've updated our
    documentation to reflect this. If you are a Cloudera Enterprise customer,
    I'd advise you to file a ticket with us, so that we can assist you further.
    With CM3.7, there's not a way to add the role without an appropriate
    license. However, LDAP authentication for Hue has been open sourced in Hue
    2.0, and if you use Cloudera Manager 4.0, you can manage a version of Hue
    which will get you the functionality you're looking for.

    Thanks,
    Natty
    On Wed, Jun 13, 2012 at 1:27 PM, siva wrote:

    Hi,

    I have a development cluster (rhel6, cdh3u2) that is managed using the
    cloudera manager 3.7. I'm trying to configure authorization manager to use
    ldap as the authorization backend. So I removed the hue-useradmin rpm and
    installed the hue-userman rpm. I then tried to add the authorization
    manager role under the hue service (
    https://ccp.cloudera.com/display/ENT/Configuring+Authorization+Manager)
    but I don't see an option to install it. I only see hue server, beeswax
    server and job designer as the options.

    How can I add the authorization manager role to hue?

    Is there a way to configure authorization manager with LDAP manually
    outside of CM?

    Thanks in advance.

    Siva

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