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How to Configure a BDA Server on an Existing CDH Cluster to Become a Mammoth Managed Edge Node on the Cluster (Doc ID 2177796.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 15, 2020

Applies to:

Big Data Appliance Integrated Software - Version 4.1.0 and later
Linux x86-64

Purpose

This note details the steps to configure a BDA server which is part of an existing CDH cluster to become an edge node on the cluster which will be managed by Mammoth. After the process described here, the node configured to be an edge node remains part of the cluster and will still be managed by Mammoth. In other words that node will be upgraded by a Mammoth upgrade. 

This is supported on BDA V4.1 and higher.  BDA V4.1 is the first release supporting parcels which facilitates work on a cluster with an edge node.

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In this Document
Purpose
Details
 FAQ
 After removing a non-critical node out of the BDA cluster for use as an edge node, is it supported to change the disk mounts from /u01 to /u12 to be configured in RAID1?
 Recommendations for Edge Node Selection
 Configuration Steps for Creating an Edge Node from BDA Server
 Configuration Steps
 The Configured Edge Node
 Configuration Steps for Converting an Edge Node Back into a BDA Cluster Host
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