Let us see steps involved in setting up httpd service on the first node as user itversity (on AWS user is centos)
- We are setting up httpd to setup local yum repository server so that we don’t need to download repositories on to all nodes connecting to Cloudera repositories.
- If we have local yum repository server, setup will be faster as it will not use public internet.
- Connect to first server
ssh -i ~/.ssh/google_compute_engine email@example.com
sudo yum -y install httpd
- Enable on start up
sudo systemctl enable httpd
sudo systemctl start httpd
- Open port number 80
- Click on more options for the first server
- Click on View network details, it will take you to VPC network
- Click on Firewall rules
- Click on Create a firewall rule
- Name: webports
- Change Target to All instances in the network
- Set Source IP range to 0.0.0.0/0
- Specified protocols and ports: tcp [80, 7180]
- Go to browser on the host and enter http://126.96.36.199 to see HTTP server is up
If you are using AWS make sure HTTP is open in the security group assigned to host.