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How to Set up Certificates Signed by a User's Certificate Authority on Non-BDA Edge Nodes Which are Part of the Cluster on BDA 4.5 and Higher (Doc ID 2506130.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 10, 2021

Applies to:

Big Data Appliance Integrated Software - Version 4.5.0 and later
Linux x86-64

Purpose

This document provides step by step details to use certificates signed by a user's Certificate Authority (CA) with web consoles (Hue, Cloudera Manager), and hadoop network encryption on Edge nodes in a Big Data Appliance (BDA) cluster. It includes steps for handling one public CA certificate or a certificate chain. These steps apply to BDA 4.5 and higher clusters.

Scope

System administrators may use this document to set up a cluster with a public CA certificate or a certificate chain. 

Details

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Background
 Known Issues
 Frequently Asked Questions
 Prerequisites
 Steps to Update CA Signed Certificates on Non-BDA Edge Nodes Which are Part of the Cluster
 Stop the Agent on the Edge Node if it is Running
 Backup the Existing /opt/cloudera/security Directory if it Exists. Then create /opt/cloudera/security.
 Create the CSR
 Get the CA Public Root Certificate and Any Intermediate Certificates.
 Steps to Setup User Provided Certificates for Web Consoles and Hadoop Network Encryption
 Final Step
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