Installing Oracle NoSQL Database on Oracle Big Data Appliance with Mammoth (Software Deployment Bundle)
(Doc ID 1638216.1)
Last updated on JUNE 07, 2021
Big Data Appliance Integrated Software - Version 2.4.0 and later Oracle NoSQL Database Linux x86-64
This document provides generic instructions on how to install the Oracle NoSQL Database on Oracle Big Data Appliance with Mammoth (Software Deployment Bundle). The information will be similar for higher versions of the Mammoth Software Bundle.
For a CDH cluster, Mammoth minimally installs and configures Cloudera's Distribution including Apache Hadoop. This includes all the Hadoop software and Cloudera Manager, which is the tool for administering your Hadoop cluster. If you have a license, Mammoth optionally installs and configures all components of Oracle Big Data Connectors. If you wish to install a CDH Cluster refer to the following note for more information:
"Installing Oracle Big Data Appliance Mammoth (Software Deployment Bundle) Release V2.4 for New Installations with OL6 Base Image (Doc ID 1611923.1)"
For a NoSQL cluster, Mammoth installs Oracle NoSQL Database either the Community Edition or the Enterprise Edition. The Enterprise Edition requires additional licensing.
Note: CDH and Oracle NoSQL Database do not share a cluster, beginning with Oracle Big Data Appliance 2.2.
The focus of this document will be to provide a generic overview of the Oracle NoSQL Installation using Mammoth Software Bundle. For more in depth information see:
"Installing Oracle Big Data Appliance Mammoth (Software Deployment Bundle) Release V2.4 for New Installations with OL6 Base Image (Doc ID 1611923.1)" or the note for the version of Mammoth you are installing. The following information is provided as an example using the Oracle BDA Mammoth Software Deployment Bundle version 2.4. The information provided here is for new installs and contains information for installing Oracle Linux 6 with the Mammoth Bundle. This example will show a 3-node Oracle NoSQL installation and output.
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