Posts Tagged “zookeeper”

Cloudera Manager - Duplicate entry 'zookeeper' for key 'NAME'.

We had recently built a cluster using cloudera API’s and had all the services running on it with Kerberos enabled. Next we had a requirement to add another kafka cluster to our already exsisting cluster in cloudera manager. Since it is a quick task to get the zookeeper and kafka up and running. We decided to get this done using the cloudera manager instead of the API’s. But we faced the Duplicate entry 'zookeeper' for key 'NAME' issue as described in the bug below.

https://issues.cloudera.org/browse/DISTRO-790

Written on May 14, 2017
linux centos redhat cloudera kafka zookeeper cluster


Setting Up HDFS Services Using Cloudera API [Part 3]

This is the second follow up post. In the earlier post

Written on February 8, 2017
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Setting Up Zookeeper Services Using Cloudera API [Part 2]

This is the second follow up post. In the earlier post Setting Up Cloudera Manager Services Using Cloudera API [Part 1] we install the cloudera management services. Now we will be installing Zookeeper service to the cluster.

Written on February 2, 2017
linux cloudera hadoop cloudera-api zookeeper


Ansible Playbook - Setup Zookeeper Using `tarball`.

This is a simple zookeeper playbook, to quickly start zookeeper running on a single or more nodes, in a clustered mode.

Written on June 16, 2015
linux ansible hadoop zookeeper


Ansible Playbook - Setup Storm Cluster.

This is a simple Storm Cluster Setup. We are using a dedicated Zookeeper Cluster/Node, instead of the standalone zkserver. Below is how we will deploy our cluster.

Written on June 16, 2015
linux ansible storm hadoop zookeeper


Ansible Playbook - Setup Kafka Cluster.

This is a simple Kafka setup. In this setup we are running kafka over a dedicated zookeeper service. (NOT the standalone zookeeper which comes with kafka)

Written on June 16, 2015
linux ansible kafka hadoop zookeeper