- Vagrant 1.2+, Virtualbox
- ChefDK 0.8.1
- Java 1.7+
- Minimum Memory: 8 GB; Recommended: 16 GB
For VirtualBox installation follow the instructions on the website depending on your OS.
To install Vagrant download the binary distribution that matches your OS.
Install Chef Development Kit
Go to Chef Development Kit (chef-dk) and download the appropriate binary for your platform. For Ubuntu 16.04 LTS or newer, install it locally from the command line:
https://packages.chef.io/files/stable/chefdk/1.1.16/ubuntu/16.04/chefdk_1.1.16-1_amd64.deb sudo dpkg -i chefdk_0.7.0-1_amd64.deb
To validate Chef is working, at your command line write:
chef-solo --version berks --version
Installation of Hopsworks with Vagrant
We provide you with a Vagrant recipe which creates a virtual machine, installs and configures all of our platform's services including Hops, HopsWorks, MySQL Cluster NDB, etc
Checkout the recipe from our GitHub repository
git clone https://github.com/hopshadoop/hopsworks-chef.git
Then navigate to the previously cloned project. The script 'run-vagrant.sh' will take care of the rest. It will automatically download the dependent Chef cookbooks
and build the VM. The whole process is done on the background but at any point you can check the progress by tailing the file 'nohup.out'
You may modify the specifications of the VM along with the services installed by editing the file 'Vagrantfile' in hopsworks-chef directory.
cd hopsworks-chef ./run-vagrant.sh
You can later suspend or destroy your vagrant instance with 'vagrant suspend', 'vagrant resume' or 'vagrant destroy' and 'vagrant up'.
Upon succeful completion of the installation you can use Hopsworks by pointing your browser at http://localhost:8080/hopsworks
The default username and password for the admin user is:
username: email@example.com password: admin
In order to connect to your VM:
cd hopsworks-chef vagrant ssh
If you already have services running on this machine, you may have port clashes. You can edit the Vagrantfile to fix these. Change the mapped ports, such as '8080', to a free port on your host, e.g., 58088.
We will be happy to hear from you and solve your issues. Check our contact channels.