|| at Jan 22, 2013 at 10:09 pm
I would suggest that you are safe to co-locate the Cloudera Manager
services on the CM server up to a size of 40-50 nodes. At that point, you
might consider relocating some/all of the services to a dedicated machine.
When you get into the 100's, we could advise splitting the services out
onto individual machines as well
Postgres, MySQL, and Oracle are all supported. All should work for you, so
you can select whichever you are most comfortable with.
I would think the management network - but will defer to other CM experts
if they might disagree.
On Tue, Jan 22, 2013 at 3:49 PM, Romit Singhai wrote:
I have couple of questions regarding the management services provided by
Cloudera Manager (Enterprise Edition)
1) What are the best practices for installing these services on a
production cluster? All services on the same master node or distributed
across master nodes and any best practice regarding the co-location for
these services .
2) Any recommendation regarding the use of the database for these
services. We are currently planning to use embedded postgresql.
3) Also while using CM should the host report to the cm server using the
data network or the management network.
Thanks in advance!
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