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Hi,

I had installed cloudera manager 4.5 on my local server and it started up
fine and could log into it on <ip address>:7180 and proceed with installing
CDH.
Now I have installed it on an instance in AWS and after I log into it, I am
asked for AWS Access key ID and secret key. I dont wish to use cloudera
manager to launch new instances. I want to use it to add instances which I
have already started using chef. Is it still necessary to have AWS Access
key ID and secret key. How can I get past this screen without it.

Thanks

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  • Philip Zeyliger at Apr 23, 2013 at 4:05 pm
    We added a direct link to this in 4.5.1, but what you're looking for is
    http://ec2-xx-xx-xx-xx:7180/cmf/express-wizard/welcome . It'll let you add
    hosts you've already started.

    Cheers,

    -- Philip

    On Tue, Apr 23, 2013 at 1:09 AM, abhishek desai wrote:

    Hi,

    I had installed cloudera manager 4.5 on my local server and it started up
    fine and could log into it on <ip address>:7180 and proceed with installing
    CDH.
    Now I have installed it on an instance in AWS and after I log into it, I
    am asked for AWS Access key ID and secret key. I dont wish to use cloudera
    manager to launch new instances. I want to use it to add instances which I
    have already started using chef. Is it still necessary to have AWS Access
    key ID and secret key. How can I get past this screen without it.

    Thanks
  • Andrew Yao at Apr 23, 2013 at 4:13 pm
    Hi Abhishek,

    <ip address>:7180/cmf/express-wizard/welcome
    lets you add hosts as well as creating a cluster.

    <ip address>:7180/cmf/add-hosts-wizard/welcome
    lets you add hosts to an existing cluster.

    Andrew

    On Tue, Apr 23, 2013 at 9:04 AM, Philip Zeyliger wrote:

    We added a direct link to this in 4.5.1, but what you're looking for is
    http://ec2-xx-xx-xx-xx:7180/cmf/express-wizard/welcome . It'll let you
    add hosts you've already started.

    Cheers,

    -- Philip

    On Tue, Apr 23, 2013 at 1:09 AM, abhishek desai wrote:

    Hi,

    I had installed cloudera manager 4.5 on my local server and it started up
    fine and could log into it on <ip address>:7180 and proceed with installing
    CDH.
    Now I have installed it on an instance in AWS and after I log into it, I
    am asked for AWS Access key ID and secret key. I dont wish to use cloudera
    manager to launch new instances. I want to use it to add instances which I
    have already started using chef. Is it still necessary to have AWS Access
    key ID and secret key. How can I get past this screen without it.

    Thanks

    --
    Andrew Yao

    Software Engineer
    Cloudera

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