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How to Add or Remove Big Data SQL 3.2 on Hadoop Cluster Nodes (Doc ID 2336613.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 19, 2017

Applies to:

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

Purpose

Big Data SQL must be installed on every cluster node where the DataNode role is running and should not be installed on other nodes. In the case of a Hadoop cluster shrinking by losing one or more nodes, or a Hadoop cluster expanding by adding one or more nodes Big Data SQL needs to be reconfigured so that it reflects the new cluster size. This note details steps to make these changes.

Please see Big Data SQL 3.2 versions see Oracle Big Data SQL Master Compatibility Matrix (Doc ID 2119369.1) for the supported configuration combinations.  Additional information is also available in the Big Data SQL 3.2 Installation Guide.

Scope

Anyone interesting in re-configuring Big Data SQL 3.2 to accommodate a growing, or shrinking, cluster.

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Overview
 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 Add/Remove Cluster Node Re-configuration
 bigdata.host Cluster Node Inventory File
 BDS 3.2 Hadoop Cluster Updates to Reflect Cluster Expansion/Shrinkage
 BDS 3.2 Database Updates to Reflect Cluster Expansion/Shrinkage
 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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