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Guidelines for Configuring a Web Browser for Accessing the Oozie Web Console and Other Web UIs in Kerberos Enabled BDA and Big Data Service Clusters (Doc ID 2308236.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 25, 2022

Applies to:

Big Data Appliance Integrated Software - Version 4.5.0 and later
Big Data Service on OCI - Version N/A and later
Linux x86-64

Purpose

Guidelines for configuring a web browser for accessing the Oozie Web Console and Other Web UIs in Kerberos enabled BDA and Big Data Service (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 computer running the browser accessing the Kerberos enabled Oozie and any other cluster Web UIs. Note that the  steps may differ depending on the environment.

Additional details can be found in:

The Cloudera documentation, "How to Configure Browsers for Kerberos Authentication".
The Cloudera KB, "Authentication Fails | Configuring SPNEGO (Kerberos) Authentication from Windows Clients to Cluster HTTP Services".

 

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 Guidelines for Configuring a Windows Web Browser for Accessing the Oozie Web Console and Other Web UIs in Kerberos Enabled BDA and Big Data Service Clusters
 Step 1: Enabling the Oozie Web Console
 Step 2: Configuring the Web Browser to access the Oozie Web Console or any other Web UIs in a Kerberos enabled BDA/BDS cluster
 Step 3: Installing Kerberos client on Windows client accessing the Web UIs in a Kerberos enabled BDA/BDS cluster
 Step 4: Setting up the Kerberos Configuration File
 Step 5: Setting up the Kerberos Credential Cache File
 Step 6: Obtaining the Kerberos ticket on the Windows client
 Step 7: Accessing the Oozie Console on the Windows client
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