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Guidelines for Configuring a Web Browser for Accessing BDA/Big Data Service(BDS) Kerberos Enabled Cluster Web UIs (Doc ID 2308236.1)

Last updated on JUNE 15, 2023

Applies to:

Big Data Service on OCI
Big Data Appliance Integrated Software - Version 4.5.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Guidelines for configuring a web browser for accessing the Ambari or Cloudera Manager (CM) Web UIs in Kerberos enabled BDA and BDS clusters.  In order to access a Kerberos enabled UI, the computer which runs the browser needs to be in a trusted Kerberos realm.

The note provides guidelines for authenticating a Windows or Mac computer running the browser accessing Kerberos enabled cluster Web UIs like, Oozie, Resource Manager, etc. Steps may differ depending on the environment. 




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In this Document
 Configuring a Web Browser for Accessing the Web UIs in Kerberos Enabled Clusters
 Step 1: Configuring the Web Browser to access the Oozie Web Console or any other Web UIs in a Kerberos enabled cluster
 Step 2: Installing a Kerberos client on the Windows client accessing the Web UIs in a Kerberos enabled cluster
 Step 3: Setting up the Kerberos Credential Cache File
 Step 4: Setting up the Kerberos Configuration File
 Setting up the Kerberos configuration file on the Windows client
 Setting up the Kerberos configuration file on the Mac client
 Step 5: Obtaining the Kerberos ticket
 Obtaining the Kerberos ticket on the Windows client
 Option 1
 Option 2
 Obtaining the Kerberos ticket on the Mac client
 Step 6: Enabling the Oozie Web Console on CDH
 Step  7: Accessing the WebUIs

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