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Steps to Re-configure BDS 3.2 to Use Ethernet Connection to Database Instead of Infiniband Connection (Doc ID 2334328.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 14, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Big Data SQL - Version 3.2.0 and later
Linux x86-64


This note gives an example of how an existing BDS 3.2 environment on a BDA cluster can be re-configured. The example here re-configures an existing BDS 3.2 environment which connects to the Oracle Database environment using Infiniband (which is the default for BDA) to establish the Oracle Database connection over Ethernet instead. The example also makes use of a local repository to store the required client CDH packages.

See Oracle Big Data SQL Master Compatibility Matrix <Document 2119369.1> for supported product combinations. Additional information is also in the Big Data SQL Installation Guide 3.2.


Anyone interested in re-configuring Big Data SQL 3.2.


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In this Document
 Big Data SQL 3.2 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
 Known Issues with Big Data SQL 3.2 Install
 Big Data SQL 3.2 Installation Prerequisites
 Big Data SQL 3.2 Reconfigure
 Set up the bds-config.json Configuration File on the BDA Cluster
 Re-configure the Big Data SQL 3.2  on the BDA
 Reconfigure the  Big Data SQL 3.2 Database Install
 Run Big Data SQL 3.2 Database Acknowledge from the Hadoop Cluster
 Big Data SQL 3.2 Database Verifications
 Re-configuration Post Install Steps
 Troubleshooting Big Data SQL 3.2 Install/Uninstall/Reconfiguration

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