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Big Data Service Provisioning Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) (Doc ID 2662191.1)

Last updated on MARCH 16, 2021

Applies to:

Big Data Service on OCI - Version N/A and later
Linux x86

Purpose

Frequently asked questions about Big Data Service (BDS) provisioning issues.

For more details see the "Using Oracle Big Data Service" documentation section, "Frequently Asked Questions for Oracle Big Data Service".

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Is it possible to provision a Big Data Service cluster with an Oracle OCI trial account?
 If  the compartment the cluster is being created in does not have sufficient BDS quota for the shape selected or the tenancy does not have sufficiently high BDS limits, what type of error is raised?
 If provisioning a Big Data Service cluster fails with "Total OCPUs exceeded" where can information on Big Data Service Service Limits be found?
 How is access to Cloudera Manager or HUE established?
 Do the Security Lists need to have the Cloudera Manager, Hue and other ports open?
 What is the maximum storage for a worker node using block storage?
 Can block storage be added to Big Data Service clusters with DenseIO worker nodes?
 When provisioning a Big Data Service cluster does the VCN need to have at least one regional subnet?
 What IAM policies must be set up for the cluster?
 When setting up an edge node if spark jobs launched from the edge node fail what are the first troubleshooting steps?
 What regions is Big Data Service available in?
 Is it possible to enter a newline as part of the password in the Cloudera Manager login?
 Does Big Data Service support creating Cloudera Compute clusters?
 Is Big Data Service going to be available in Cloud at Customer?


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