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Hi All,

I have 2 nodes/VMs Centos cluster(Master/Slave) running CM/hadoop/hbase and
used the default config came with the CM4.0/CDH4.

Node 1 has:
Cloudera manager server + CM agent + postgres DB
Name Node
Data Node
Hbase Master/Regional Server.
Sqoop
Job/Task Tracker Node 2:
CM agent
Datanode
Regional Server
Assume datanodes in both the node1&2 are full. What are my options?

Thanks

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  • Adam Smieszny at Sep 21, 2012 at 6:52 pm
    Add new nodes.
    Cloudera Manager makes this easy - you can go to hosts -> add host ->
    specify the IP address of a new machine -> specify which services to run,
    task tracker/dn/region server most likely given your current setup

    Thanks,
    Adam
    On Fri, Sep 21, 2012 at 2:42 PM, Mike wrote:

    Hi All,

    I have 2 nodes/VMs Centos cluster(Master/Slave) running CM/hadoop/hbase
    and
    used the default config came with the CM4.0/CDH4.

    Node 1 has:
    Cloudera manager server + CM agent + postgres DB
    Name Node
    Data Node
    Hbase Master/Regional Server.
    Sqoop
    Job/Task Tracker Node 2:
    CM agent
    Datanode
    Regional Server
    Assume datanodes in both the node1&2 are full. What are my options?

    Thanks


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