VMware vSphere Big Data Extensions Administrator's and User's Guide
  Updated Information
  vSphere Big Data Extensions
    Getting Started with Big Data Extensions
    Big Data Extensions and Project Serengeti
    About Big Data Extensions Architecture
    About Application Managers
      Services and Operations Supported by the Application Managers
  Installing Big Data Extensions
    System Requirements for Big Data Extensions
    Unicode UTF-8 and Special Character Support
    The Customer Experience Improvement Program
    Deploy the Big Data Extensions vApp in the vSphere Web Client
    Install RPMs in the Serengeti Management Server Yum Repository
    Install the Big Data Extensions Plug-In
    Connect to a Serengeti Management Server
    Install the Serengeti Remote Command-Line Interface Client
    Access the Serengeti CLI By Using the Remote CLI Client
  Upgrading Big Data Extensions
    Prepare to Upgrade Big Data Extensions
    Upgrade the Big Data Extensions Virtual Appliance
      Run the Big Data Extensions Upgrade Script
      Upgrade Serengeti Management Server Using the Serengeti Management Server Administration Portal
    Upgrade the Big Data Extensions Plug-in
    Upgrade Big Data Extensions Clusters Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Upgrade the Serengeti CLI
    Add a Remote Syslog Server
  Managing Application Managers
    Add an Application Manager by Using the vSphere Web Client
    Modify an Application Manager by Using the Web Client
    Delete an Application Manager by Using the vSphere Web Client
    View Application Managers and Distributions by Using the Web Client
    View Roles for Application Manager and Distribution by Using the Web Client
  Managing Hadoop Distributions
    Hadoop Distribution Deployment Types
    Configure a Tarball-Deployed Hadoop Distribution by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Configuring Yum and Yum Repositories
      Yum Repository Configuration Values
      Setup a Local Yum Repository for Apache Bigtop, Cloudera , Hortonworks, and MapR Hadoop Distributions
      Setup a Local Yum Repository for the Pivotal Hadoop Distribution
      Configure a Yum-Deployed Hadoop Distribution
      Set Up a Local Yum Repository for Cloudera Manager Application Manager
        Prepare the Software Environment for the Local Repository for Cloudera Manager
        Set Up the Local CentOS Yum Repository
        Download Packages for Cloudera Manager
        Configure the Yum Repository Server and the Local Parcel Repository
      Set Up a Local Yum Repository for Ambari Application Manager
        Prepare the Software Environment for the Local Repository for Ambari
        Set Up the Local CentOS Yum Repository
        Download Packages for Ambari
        Configure the Ambari Repository File on the Ambari Server
        Configure the HDP Repository on the Ambari Server
  Managing Node Templates
    Maintain a Customized Hadoop Template Virtual Machine
    Create a Node Template Virtual Machine using RHEL Server 6.7 and VMware Tools
      Before You Create a Node Template Virtual Machine using RHEL Server 6.7 and VMware Tools
      Create a Virtual Machine Template with a 20GB Thin Provisioned Disk and Install RHEL 6.7
      Ensure the Virtual Machine has a Valid IP and Internet Connectivity
      Configure the Network for the Hadoop Template Virtual Machine to use DHCP
      Install the JDK 7 RPM
      Customize the Virtual Machine
      Install VMware Tools for RHEL 6.x
      Synchronize the Time on the Hadoop Template Virtual Machine
      Complete the Process of Creating a Hadoop Template Virtual Machine
    Support for Multiple Virtual Machine Templates
  Managing the Big Data Extensions Environment
    Add Specific User Names to Connect to the Serengeti Management Server
    Change the Password for the Serengeti Management Server
    Authorize and Audit Commands Run as the Root User
    Specify a Group of Users in Active Directory or LDAP to Use a Hadoop Cluster
    Stop and Start Serengeti Services
    Ports Used for Communication between Big Data Extensions and the vCenter Server
    Verify the Operational Status of the Big Data Extensions Environment
      Operational Status of Big Data Extensions Services
      Verify Network Connectivity with vCenter Server
      Verify vCenter Server User Authentication
      Check Time Synchronization Between Serengeti Management Server and Hosts
      Verify Network Connectivity Between Compute Nodes and Isilon HDFS
      Check Which Users and User Groups Exist in the Isilon OneFS
      Check Storage Capacity
      Verify the Ambari Application Manager Installation
      Verify Cloudera Manager Installation
      Check DNS Forward and Reverse Lookup
      Verify the Network Connection Between Big Data Extensions and the Cluster Nodes
      Verify the Local Yum Repository
    Enter Maintenance Mode to Perform Backup and Restore with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface Client
    Backup and Restore the Big Data Extensions Environment
  Managing vSphere Resources for Hadoop and HBase Clusters
    Add a Resource Pool with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Remove a Resource Pool with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Update Resource Pools with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Add a Datastore in the vSphere Web Client
    Remove a Datastore in the vSphere Web Client
    Update Datastores with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Add a Paravirtual SCSI Controller for System and Swap Disks
    Add a Network in the vSphere Web Client
    Modify the DNS Type in the vSphere Web Client
    Reconfigure a Static IP Network in the vSphere Web Client
    Remove a Network in the vSphere Web Client
  Creating Hadoop and HBase Clusters
    About Hadoop and HBase Cluster Deployment Types
    Hadoop Distributions Supporting MapReduce v1 and MapReduce v2 (YARN)
    About Cluster Topology
    About HBase Database Access
    Create a Big Data Cluster in the vSphere Web Client
    Create an HBase Only Cluster in Big Data Extensions
      Prerequisites for Creating an HBase Only Cluster
      Prepare the EMC Isilon OneFS as the External HDFS Cluster
      Create an HBase Only Cluster by Using the vSphere Web Client
    Create a Cluster with an Application Manager by Using the vSphere Web Client
    Create a Compute-Only Cluster with a Third Party Application Manager by Using vSphere Web Client
    Create a Compute Workers Only Cluster by Using the vSphere Web Client
  Managing Hadoop and HBase Clusters
    Stop and Start a Cluster in the vSphere Web Client
    Delete a Cluster in the vSphere Web Client
    Scale a Cluster in or out by using the vSphere Web Client
    Scale CPU and RAM in the vSphere Web Client
    Use Disk I/O Shares to Prioritize Cluster Virtual Machines in the vSphere Web Client
    About vSphere High Availability and vSphere Fault Tolerance
    Change the User Password on All of the Nodes of a Cluster
    Reconfigure a Cluster with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Configure the Number of Data Disks Per Node Group
    Recover from Disk Failure with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface Client
    Log in to Hadoop Nodes with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface Client
  Monitoring the Big Data Extensions Environment
    Enable the Big Data Extensions Data Collector
    Disable the Big Data Extensions Data Collector
    View Serengeti Management Server Initialization Status
    View Provisioned Clusters in the vSphere Web Client
    View Cluster Information in the vSphere Web Client
    Monitor the HDFS Status in the vSphere Web Client
    Monitor MapReduce Status in the vSphere Web Client
    Monitor HBase Status in the vSphere Web Client
  Accessing Hive Data with JDBC or ODBC
    Configure Hive to Work with JDBC
    Configure Hive to Work with ODBC
  Big Data Extensions Security Reference
    Services, Network Ports, and External Interfaces
    Big Data Extensions Configuration Files
    Big Data Extensions Public Key, Certificate, and Keystore
    Big Data Extensions Log Files
    Big Data Extensions User Accounts
    Security Updates and Patches
  Troubleshooting
    Log Files for Troubleshooting
    Configure Serengeti Logging Levels
    Collect Log Files for Troubleshooting
    Troubleshooting Cluster Creation Failures
      Bootstrap Failed 401 Unauthorized Error
      Cannot Create a Cluster with the hdfs-hbase-template-spec.json File
      Insufficient Storage Space
      Distribution Download Failure
      Serengeti Management Server IP Address Unexpectedly Changes
      After Disconnecting a Host from vCenter Server the Cluster Resume Process Fails
      Cluster Provisioning Stops Responding if Virtual Machines are Powered Off or Reset During Bootstrapping
      HBase Cluster Creation Job Fails When Time Difference Among Nodes is More Than 20 Seconds
      Creating a Large Scale Cluster in Big Data Extensions Results In a Bootstrap Failed Error
      Cannot Create a Cluster for Which the Time Is Not Synchronized
    Big Data Extensions Virtual Appliance Upgrade Fails
    Upgrade Cluster Error When Using Cluster Created in Earlier Version of Big Data Extensions
    vCenter Server Connections Fail to Log In
    Management Server Cannot Connect to vCenter Server
    SSL Certificate Error When Connecting to Non-Serengeti Server with the vSphere Console
    Cannot Restart or Reconfigure a Cluster For Which the Time Is Not Synchronized
    Cannot Restart or Reconfigure a Cluster After Changing Its Distribution
    Virtual Machine Cannot Get IP Address and Command Fails
    Cannot Change the Serengeti Server IP Address From the vSphere Web Client
    A New Plug-In Instance with the Same or Earlier Version Number as a Previous Plug-In Instance Does Not Load
    Host Name and FQDN Do Not Match for Serengeti Management Server
    Serengeti Operations Fail After You Rename a Resource in vSphere
    Big Data Extensions Server Does Not Accept Resource Names With Two or More Contiguous White Spaces
    Non-ASCII characters are not displayed correctly
    MapReduce Job Fails to Run and Does Not Appear In the Job History
    Cannot Submit MapReduce Jobs for Compute-Only Clusters with External Isilon HDFS
    MapReduce Job Stops Responding on a PHD or CDH4 YARN Cluster
    Cannot Download the Package When Using Downloadonly Plugin
    Cannot Find Packages When You Use Yum Search
    Remove the HBase Rootdir in HDFS Before You Delete the HBase Only Cluster
  Updated Information
  vSphere Big Data Extensions
    Getting Started with Big Data Extensions
    Big Data Extensions and Project Serengeti
    About Big Data Extensions Architecture
    About Application Managers
      Services and Operations Supported by the Application Managers
  Installing Big Data Extensions
    System Requirements for Big Data Extensions
    Unicode UTF-8 and Special Character Support
    The Customer Experience Improvement Program
    Deploy the Big Data Extensions vApp in the vSphere Web Client
    Install RPMs in the Serengeti Management Server Yum Repository
    Install the Big Data Extensions Plug-In
    Connect to a Serengeti Management Server
    Install the Serengeti Remote Command-Line Interface Client
    Access the Serengeti CLI By Using the Remote CLI Client
  Upgrading Big Data Extensions
    Prepare to Upgrade Big Data Extensions
    Upgrade the Big Data Extensions Virtual Appliance
      Run the Big Data Extensions Upgrade Script
      Upgrade Serengeti Management Server Using the Serengeti Management Server Administration Portal
    Upgrade the Big Data Extensions Plug-in
    Upgrade Big Data Extensions Clusters Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Upgrade the Serengeti CLI
    Add a Remote Syslog Server
  Managing Application Managers
    Add an Application Manager by Using the vSphere Web Client
    Modify an Application Manager by Using the Web Client
    Delete an Application Manager by Using the vSphere Web Client
    View Application Managers and Distributions by Using the Web Client
    View Roles for Application Manager and Distribution by Using the Web Client
  Managing Hadoop Distributions
    Hadoop Distribution Deployment Types
    Configure a Tarball-Deployed Hadoop Distribution by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Configuring Yum and Yum Repositories
      Yum Repository Configuration Values
      Setup a Local Yum Repository for Apache Bigtop, Cloudera , Hortonworks, and MapR Hadoop Distributions
      Setup a Local Yum Repository for the Pivotal Hadoop Distribution
      Configure a Yum-Deployed Hadoop Distribution
      Set Up a Local Yum Repository for Cloudera Manager Application Manager
        Prepare the Software Environment for the Local Repository for Cloudera Manager
        Set Up the Local CentOS Yum Repository
        Download Packages for Cloudera Manager
        Configure the Yum Repository Server and the Local Parcel Repository
      Set Up a Local Yum Repository for Ambari Application Manager
        Prepare the Software Environment for the Local Repository for Ambari
        Set Up the Local CentOS Yum Repository
        Download Packages for Ambari
        Configure the Ambari Repository File on the Ambari Server
        Configure the HDP Repository on the Ambari Server
  Managing Node Templates
    Maintain a Customized Hadoop Template Virtual Machine
    Create a Node Template Virtual Machine using RHEL Server 6.7 and VMware Tools
      Before You Create a Node Template Virtual Machine using RHEL Server 6.7 and VMware Tools
      Create a Virtual Machine Template with a 20GB Thin Provisioned Disk and Install RHEL 6.7
      Ensure the Virtual Machine has a Valid IP and Internet Connectivity
      Configure the Network for the Hadoop Template Virtual Machine to use DHCP
      Install the JDK 7 RPM
      Customize the Virtual Machine
      Install VMware Tools for RHEL 6.x
      Synchronize the Time on the Hadoop Template Virtual Machine
      Complete the Process of Creating a Hadoop Template Virtual Machine
    Support for Multiple Virtual Machine Templates
  Managing the Big Data Extensions Environment
    Add Specific User Names to Connect to the Serengeti Management Server
    Change the Password for the Serengeti Management Server
    Authorize and Audit Commands Run as the Root User
    Specify a Group of Users in Active Directory or LDAP to Use a Hadoop Cluster
    Stop and Start Serengeti Services
    Ports Used for Communication between Big Data Extensions and the vCenter Server
    Verify the Operational Status of the Big Data Extensions Environment
      Operational Status of Big Data Extensions Services
      Verify Network Connectivity with vCenter Server
      Verify vCenter Server User Authentication
      Check Time Synchronization Between Serengeti Management Server and Hosts
      Verify Network Connectivity Between Compute Nodes and Isilon HDFS
      Check Which Users and User Groups Exist in the Isilon OneFS
      Check Storage Capacity
      Verify the Ambari Application Manager Installation
      Verify Cloudera Manager Installation
      Check DNS Forward and Reverse Lookup
      Verify the Network Connection Between Big Data Extensions and the Cluster Nodes
      Verify the Local Yum Repository
    Enter Maintenance Mode to Perform Backup and Restore with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface Client
    Backup and Restore the Big Data Extensions Environment
  Managing vSphere Resources for Hadoop and HBase Clusters
    Add a Resource Pool with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Remove a Resource Pool with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Update Resource Pools with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Add a Datastore in the vSphere Web Client
    Remove a Datastore in the vSphere Web Client
    Update Datastores with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Add a Paravirtual SCSI Controller for System and Swap Disks
    Add a Network in the vSphere Web Client
    Modify the DNS Type in the vSphere Web Client
    Reconfigure a Static IP Network in the vSphere Web Client
    Remove a Network in the vSphere Web Client
  Creating Hadoop and HBase Clusters
    About Hadoop and HBase Cluster Deployment Types
    Hadoop Distributions Supporting MapReduce v1 and MapReduce v2 (YARN)
    About Cluster Topology
    About HBase Database Access
    Create a Big Data Cluster in the vSphere Web Client
    Create an HBase Only Cluster in Big Data Extensions
      Prerequisites for Creating an HBase Only Cluster
      Prepare the EMC Isilon OneFS as the External HDFS Cluster
      Create an HBase Only Cluster by Using the vSphere Web Client
    Create a Cluster with an Application Manager by Using the vSphere Web Client
    Create a Compute-Only Cluster with a Third Party Application Manager by Using vSphere Web Client
    Create a Compute Workers Only Cluster by Using the vSphere Web Client
  Managing Hadoop and HBase Clusters
    Stop and Start a Cluster in the vSphere Web Client
    Delete a Cluster in the vSphere Web Client
    Scale a Cluster in or out by using the vSphere Web Client
    Scale CPU and RAM in the vSphere Web Client
    Use Disk I/O Shares to Prioritize Cluster Virtual Machines in the vSphere Web Client
    About vSphere High Availability and vSphere Fault Tolerance
    Change the User Password on All of the Nodes of a Cluster
    Reconfigure a Cluster with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Configure the Number of Data Disks Per Node Group
    Recover from Disk Failure with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface Client
    Log in to Hadoop Nodes with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface Client
  Monitoring the Big Data Extensions Environment
    Enable the Big Data Extensions Data Collector
    Disable the Big Data Extensions Data Collector
    View Serengeti Management Server Initialization Status
    View Provisioned Clusters in the vSphere Web Client
    View Cluster Information in the vSphere Web Client
    Monitor the HDFS Status in the vSphere Web Client
    Monitor MapReduce Status in the vSphere Web Client
    Monitor HBase Status in the vSphere Web Client
  Accessing Hive Data with JDBC or ODBC
    Configure Hive to Work with JDBC
    Configure Hive to Work with ODBC
  Big Data Extensions Security Reference
    Services, Network Ports, and External Interfaces
    Big Data Extensions Configuration Files
    Big Data Extensions Public Key, Certificate, and Keystore
    Big Data Extensions Log Files
    Big Data Extensions User Accounts
    Security Updates and Patches
  Troubleshooting
    Log Files for Troubleshooting
    Configure Serengeti Logging Levels
    Collect Log Files for Troubleshooting
    Troubleshooting Cluster Creation Failures
      Bootstrap Failed 401 Unauthorized Error
      Cannot Create a Cluster with the hdfs-hbase-template-spec.json File
      Insufficient Storage Space
      Distribution Download Failure
      Serengeti Management Server IP Address Unexpectedly Changes
      After Disconnecting a Host from vCenter Server the Cluster Resume Process Fails
      Cluster Provisioning Stops Responding if Virtual Machines are Powered Off or Reset During Bootstrapping
      HBase Cluster Creation Job Fails When Time Difference Among Nodes is More Than 20 Seconds
      Creating a Large Scale Cluster in Big Data Extensions Results In a Bootstrap Failed Error
      Cannot Create a Cluster for Which the Time Is Not Synchronized
    Big Data Extensions Virtual Appliance Upgrade Fails
    Upgrade Cluster Error When Using Cluster Created in Earlier Version of Big Data Extensions
    vCenter Server Connections Fail to Log In
    Management Server Cannot Connect to vCenter Server
    SSL Certificate Error When Connecting to Non-Serengeti Server with the vSphere Console
    Cannot Restart or Reconfigure a Cluster For Which the Time Is Not Synchronized
    Cannot Restart or Reconfigure a Cluster After Changing Its Distribution
    Virtual Machine Cannot Get IP Address and Command Fails
    Cannot Change the Serengeti Server IP Address From the vSphere Web Client
    A New Plug-In Instance with the Same or Earlier Version Number as a Previous Plug-In Instance Does Not Load
    Host Name and FQDN Do Not Match for Serengeti Management Server
    Serengeti Operations Fail After You Rename a Resource in vSphere
    Big Data Extensions Server Does Not Accept Resource Names With Two or More Contiguous White Spaces
    Non-ASCII characters are not displayed correctly
    MapReduce Job Fails to Run and Does Not Appear In the Job History
    Cannot Submit MapReduce Jobs for Compute-Only Clusters with External Isilon HDFS
    MapReduce Job Stops Responding on a PHD or CDH4 YARN Cluster
    Cannot Download the Package When Using Downloadonly Plugin
    Cannot Find Packages When You Use Yum Search
    Remove the HBase Rootdir in HDFS Before You Delete the HBase Only Cluster
VMware vSphere Big Data Extensions Command-Line Interface Guide
  Updated Information
  Using the Serengeti Remote Command-Line Interface Client
    Access the Serengeti CLI By Using the Remote CLI Client
    Log in to Hadoop Nodes with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface Client
  Managing Application Managers
    About Application Managers
    Add an Application Manager by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    View List of Application Managers by using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Modify an Application Manager by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    View Supported Distributions for All Application Managers by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    View Configurations or Roles for Application Manager and Distribution by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Delete an Application Manager by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
  Managing the Big Data Extensions Environment by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    About Application Managers
      Add an Application Manager by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Modify an Application Manager by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      View Supported Distributions for All Application Managers by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      View Configurations or Roles for Application Manager and Distribution by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      View List of Application Managers by using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Delete an Application Manager by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Add a Resource Pool with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Remove a Resource Pool with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Add a Datastore with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Remove a Datastore with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Add a Network with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Remove a Network with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Reconfigure a Static IP Network with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Reconfigure the DNS Type with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Increase Cloning Performance and Resource Usage of Virtual Machines
  Managing Users and User Accounts
    Create an LDAP Service Configuration File Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Activate Centralized User Management Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Create a Cluster With LDAP User Authentication Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Change User Management Modes Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Modify LDAP Configuration Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
  Creating Hadoop and HBase Clusters
    About Hadoop and HBase Cluster Deployment Types
    Default Hadoop Cluster Configuration for Serengeti
      Hadoop Distributions Supporting MapReduce v1 and MapReduce v2 (YARN)
    Default HBase Cluster Configuration for Serengeti
    About Cluster Topology
      Topology Rack-Hosts Mapping File
      Topology Placement Policy Definition Files
      Create a Cluster with Topology Awareness with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    About HBase Clusters
      Create a Default HBase Cluster by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Create an HBase Only Cluster in Big Data Extensions
        Prerequisites for Creating an HBase Only Cluster
        Prepare the EMC Isilon OneFS as the External HDFS Cluster
        Create an HBase Only Cluster by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Create an HBase Cluster with vSphere HA Protection with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Create an HBase Only Cluster with External Namenode HA HDFS Cluster
    About MapReduce Clusters
      Create a MapReduce v2 (YARN) Cluster by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Create a MapReduce v1 Worker Only Cluster with External Namenode HA HDFS Cluster
      Create a MapReduce v2 Worker Only Cluster with External Namenode HA HDFS Cluster
    About Data Compute Clusters
      Create a Data-Compute Separated Cluster with Topology Awareness and Placement Constraints
      Create a Data-Compute Separated Cluster with No Node Placement Constraints
      Create a Data-Compute Separated Cluster with Placement Policy Constraints
      Create a Compute-Only Cluster with the Default Application Manager
      Create a Compute-Only Cluster with the Cloudera Manager Application Manager
      Create a Compute-Only Cluster with the Ambari Application Manager and Isilon
      Create a Compute Workers Only Cluster With Non-Namenode HA HDFS Cluster
    About Customized Clusters
      Create a Default Serengeti Hadoop Cluster with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Create a Basic Cluster with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Create a Cluster with an Application Manager by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Create a Compute Workers Only Cluster by Using the vSphere Web Client
      Create a Cluster with a Custom Administrator Password with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Create a Cluster with an Available Distribution with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Create a Cluster with Multiple Networks with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Create a Cluster with Assigned Resources with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Create a Cluster with Any Number of Master, Worker, and Client Nodes
      Create a Customized Hadoop or HBase Cluster with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
  Managing Hadoop and HBase Clusters
    Stop and Start a Cluster with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Scale Out a Cluster with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Scale CPU and RAM with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Reconfigure a Cluster with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Delete a Cluster by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    About vSphere High Availability and vSphere Fault Tolerance
    Reconfigure a Node Group with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Expanding a Cluster with the Command-Line Interface
    Recover from Disk Failure with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface Client
    Recover a Cluster Node Virtual Machine
    Enter Maintenance Mode to Perform Backup and Restore with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface Client
    Perform Backup and Restore with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface Client
  Monitoring the Big Data Extensions Environment
    View List of Application Managers by using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    View Available Hadoop Distributions with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    View Supported Distributions for All Application Managers by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    View Configurations or Roles for Application Manager and Distribution by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    View Provisioned Clusters with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    View Datastores with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    View Networks with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    View Resource Pools with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
  Cluster Specification Reference
    Cluster Specification File Requirements
    Cluster Definition Requirements
    Annotated Cluster Specification File
    Cluster Specification Attribute Definitions
    White Listed and Black Listed Hadoop Attributes
    Convert Hadoop XML Files to Serengeti JSON Files
  Serengeti CLI Command Reference
    appmanager Commands
      appmanager add Command
      appmanager delete Command
      appmanager modify Command
      appmanager list Command
    cluster Commands
      cluster config Command
      cluster create Command
      cluster delete Command
      cluster expand Command
      cluster export Command
      cluster fix Command
      cluster list Command
      cluster resetParam Command
      cluster resize Command
      cluster setParam Command
      cluster start Command
      cluster stop Command
      cluster update Command
    connect Command
    datastore Commands
      datastore add Command
      datastore delete Command
      datastore list Command
    disconnect Command
    distro list Command
    mgmtvmcfg Commands
      mgmtvmcfg get Command
      mgmtvmcfg modify Command
    network Commands
      network add Command
      network delete Command
      network list Command
      network modify Command
    resourcepool Commands
      resourcepool add Command
      resourcepool delete Command
      resourcepool list Command
    template Commands
      template list Command
    topology Commands
      topology list Command
      topology upload Command
    usermgmt Commands
      usermgmtserver add Command
      usermgmtserver modify Command
  Updated Information
  Using the Serengeti Remote Command-Line Interface Client
    Access the Serengeti CLI By Using the Remote CLI Client
    Log in to Hadoop Nodes with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface Client
  Managing Application Managers
    About Application Managers
    Add an Application Manager by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    View List of Application Managers by using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Modify an Application Manager by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    View Supported Distributions for All Application Managers by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    View Configurations or Roles for Application Manager and Distribution by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Delete an Application Manager by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
  Managing the Big Data Extensions Environment by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    About Application Managers
      Add an Application Manager by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Modify an Application Manager by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      View Supported Distributions for All Application Managers by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      View Configurations or Roles for Application Manager and Distribution by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      View List of Application Managers by using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Delete an Application Manager by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Add a Resource Pool with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Remove a Resource Pool with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Add a Datastore with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Remove a Datastore with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Add a Network with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Remove a Network with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Reconfigure a Static IP Network with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Reconfigure the DNS Type with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Increase Cloning Performance and Resource Usage of Virtual Machines
  Managing Users and User Accounts
    Create an LDAP Service Configuration File Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Activate Centralized User Management Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Create a Cluster With LDAP User Authentication Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Change User Management Modes Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Modify LDAP Configuration Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
  Creating Hadoop and HBase Clusters
    About Hadoop and HBase Cluster Deployment Types
    Default Hadoop Cluster Configuration for Serengeti
      Hadoop Distributions Supporting MapReduce v1 and MapReduce v2 (YARN)
    Default HBase Cluster Configuration for Serengeti
    About Cluster Topology
      Topology Rack-Hosts Mapping File
      Topology Placement Policy Definition Files
      Create a Cluster with Topology Awareness with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    About HBase Clusters
      Create a Default HBase Cluster by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Create an HBase Only Cluster in Big Data Extensions
        Prerequisites for Creating an HBase Only Cluster
        Prepare the EMC Isilon OneFS as the External HDFS Cluster
        Create an HBase Only Cluster by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Create an HBase Cluster with vSphere HA Protection with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Create an HBase Only Cluster with External Namenode HA HDFS Cluster
    About MapReduce Clusters
      Create a MapReduce v2 (YARN) Cluster by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Create a MapReduce v1 Worker Only Cluster with External Namenode HA HDFS Cluster
      Create a MapReduce v2 Worker Only Cluster with External Namenode HA HDFS Cluster
    About Data Compute Clusters
      Create a Data-Compute Separated Cluster with Topology Awareness and Placement Constraints
      Create a Data-Compute Separated Cluster with No Node Placement Constraints
      Create a Data-Compute Separated Cluster with Placement Policy Constraints
      Create a Compute-Only Cluster with the Default Application Manager
      Create a Compute-Only Cluster with the Cloudera Manager Application Manager
      Create a Compute-Only Cluster with the Ambari Application Manager and Isilon
      Create a Compute Workers Only Cluster With Non-Namenode HA HDFS Cluster
    About Customized Clusters
      Create a Default Serengeti Hadoop Cluster with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Create a Basic Cluster with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Create a Cluster with an Application Manager by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Create a Compute Workers Only Cluster by Using the vSphere Web Client
      Create a Cluster with a Custom Administrator Password with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Create a Cluster with an Available Distribution with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Create a Cluster with Multiple Networks with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Create a Cluster with Assigned Resources with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
      Create a Cluster with Any Number of Master, Worker, and Client Nodes
      Create a Customized Hadoop or HBase Cluster with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
  Managing Hadoop and HBase Clusters
    Stop and Start a Cluster with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Scale Out a Cluster with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Scale CPU and RAM with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Reconfigure a Cluster with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Delete a Cluster by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    About vSphere High Availability and vSphere Fault Tolerance
    Reconfigure a Node Group with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    Expanding a Cluster with the Command-Line Interface
    Recover from Disk Failure with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface Client
    Recover a Cluster Node Virtual Machine
    Enter Maintenance Mode to Perform Backup and Restore with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface Client
    Perform Backup and Restore with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface Client
  Monitoring the Big Data Extensions Environment
    View List of Application Managers by using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    View Available Hadoop Distributions with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    View Supported Distributions for All Application Managers by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    View Configurations or Roles for Application Manager and Distribution by Using the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    View Provisioned Clusters with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    View Datastores with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    View Networks with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
    View Resource Pools with the Serengeti Command-Line Interface
  Cluster Specification Reference
    Cluster Specification File Requirements
    Cluster Definition Requirements
    Annotated Cluster Specification File
    Cluster Specification Attribute Definitions
    White Listed and Black Listed Hadoop Attributes
    Convert Hadoop XML Files to Serengeti JSON Files
  Serengeti CLI Command Reference
    appmanager Commands
      appmanager add Command
      appmanager delete Command
      appmanager modify Command
      appmanager list Command
    cluster Commands
      cluster config Command
      cluster create Command
      cluster delete Command
      cluster expand Command
      cluster export Command
      cluster fix Command
      cluster list Command
      cluster resetParam Command
      cluster resize Command
      cluster setParam Command
      cluster start Command
      cluster stop Command
      cluster update Command
    connect Command
    datastore Commands
      datastore add Command
      datastore delete Command
      datastore list Command
    disconnect Command
    distro list Command
    mgmtvmcfg Commands
      mgmtvmcfg get Command
      mgmtvmcfg modify Command
    network Commands
      network add Command
      network delete Command
      network list Command
      network modify Command
    resourcepool Commands
      resourcepool add Command
      resourcepool delete Command
      resourcepool list Command
    template Commands
      template list Command
    topology Commands
      topology list Command
      topology upload Command
    usermgmt Commands
      usermgmtserver add Command
      usermgmtserver modify Command
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