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From Alexander Bezzubov <>
Subject Re: How to run and debug ambari-server on local machine
Date Tue, 24 Dec 2013 02:03:56 GMT
Thanks a lot,

by dev environment i meant something exactly like that, possibly
virtualized that can be run on the single machine.

Two more specific questions on the same subject:
 1) is there any effort done already to see how amabri dev process can
benefit from new virtualization techniques i.e docker?
 2) what is the best way to run actual HTTP ambir-server and test it on a
local machine
     i added CROS headers support and would like to test it, which means
checking every response header returned by actual server

Thanks again,

On Tue, Dec 24, 2013 at 10:37 AM, Sumit Mohanty <>wrote:

> Depending on what you want to test you can use the unit tests to debug it.
> I have seen developers use both Eclipse and Intellij for running unit
> tests and debugging.
> However, a number of features do require interaction with the agents.
> describes how you can use Vagrant to manage VMs and use the VMs to run
> tests.
> -Sumit
> On 12/23/13 3:39 PM, "Alexander Bezzubov" <> wrote:
> >Dear ambari developers,
> >
> >could you give me a hand - is there any way i can run/debug ambari-server
> >after the build on my local machne without actually installing resulting
> >RPM? I.e you need to test/debug new features added to server module.
> >Instuctions from 2011 on this list about ambari-controller/client seems
> >like obsolete one.
> >
> >And what do you use as a development environment for that?
> >
> >Thanks in advance,
> >Alex.
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Kind regards,

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